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How many farmers tl
who never taste of eau
celery, oka, egg-plan^
kale, Brussels sprouts, o
* heans, and who seldom eat
spinach or any dandelions
ting those that spring u
iii the pasture 1 And pears,
and the oth?r small fruit
most unknown upon their
as are melons. Yet a litt]
would furnish them in abu
and at a trifling cost, whii
who have nb land will sj:
small part of their day's
procuring these things,
man ought to be able to al
indulge in the luxuries of
should be the one who <
them at first costi-rBulletii
The farmer sells tons 61
and gets s good price.fpr it\
of potatoes ! contains . over
pouuds pf water, and-large
tities bf water exist, in all
The solid portions of milk i
about 12 per cent, and the
who sells milk, ( therefore
about 88 per cent of wat<
different qualities' of mi
obtained, the milk from
cows i? watered more tha
from others, and /the -cow
the solids of her milk ace
to the amount and. kind o
consumed, "and th? water
If every farmer who rai BBB
was determined that eao
-1- *J ff ", "Ct#.V
should be of better breeding
its dam, it would reqnire bul
or four years to entirely r
lionize dairy farming. The
of milk and production of
would be doubled, and the j
would be much larger. AI
can be secured by breeding
pure-bred males. The ecru
is the main curse of the
A satistcian of the German
ernment has come to the res<
those persons who do not sha;
Friday is the most unlucky d
the week. A short time aj
determined to make"-a scie
investigation of this question
most fatal or unfortunate
day, according to the invest^
is not Eriday but Monday.
Crab grass has very large
spreading roots. "When it gi
start, it takes possession of (
square inch of the soil,, am
difficult to remove, yet it is pr
tho easiest plaice to kill whe
is young. Keep the culrii
; \ moving where crab grass -is :
ly lo appear, as it will not th
when young, in a loose, dry soi
A cat which patronizes the i
water fountains .is an attrac
of a drug store in Sixth ave
New York; *Lon g ago it discos
that the "cream" of the fouri
suited its taste, and it has a h
. * #- y * fr ~t
of going up to the^counter r
waiting until it "is served v
light refreshments in its <
particular saucer^ .
A progressive farmer is one i
pays more attention tb the mak
of manure than to anything <
on the'farm. It is not the add
of all kinds of materials to
manure heap that makes it val
ble, but the preservation of
material so that will not'
teriorate or lose any portion of
Tho worst enemies to the Qhui
are those who are in n%i pales a
who are not in sympathy w
her spirit and work. Those w
share her emdlum?nts, enjoy 1
honors, and who never; sacrif
for her enterprises, br suffer wi
her in her adversities. Jud
carried the bag, and it was he w
betrayed his Lord.
When the hair begins to coi
out in combing,, it shows a wea
ness or" the scalp that calls f
immediate attention. The be
prepration to arrest ?further lo
of hair and restore the scalp tc
healthy condition is Ayer's He
There canjbe no argument abo
anything concerning which one
the parties knows nothing. Fi
this rearon no Christian is wi
who tries to reason with an infidi
You might as well undertake :
explain to the blind what a rai]
bow IOOKS like.-Ram's Ham.
Where the surface soil has bee
stirred to the depth of two or thrc
inches, a foot below there is foun
four and a half per cent, moi
moisture thaa in the case of han
undisturbed surface, from whic
the -weeds have been simpl
In bottling catsup or pickle
boil the corks, and while hot yoi
can press them into the bottleE
and when cold they are tightly
sealed. Uso the tin foil from com
f ressed yeast to cover the corks.
If afflicted with scalp diseases
hair falling out, and prematnn
baldness, do not use grease OJ
alcoholic preparations, but applj
Hall's Hair Renewer.
, On the day that .a, jiutoT finds
out that he iera foor^^as^bfecome
a near neighbor to wisdom.
Be true to the best you know
and you will always be where, you
can hear the voice of God. *
Self-concoited people are very
apt to think they can 'get along
without any help from; the'Lord. ;
There ia no easier way of . letting
the devil into the heart sometimes
than by opening the mouth. '
3 ? The people who ,are . tryingj Jhe,
hardest to get rich in this . World:
will be the poorest in the nert.' woi
"Repent ye, and be converted,
that your sins may be blotteoYoui!g
The only way you c?? ever; got
nd of.them. rf : hei
?m uhdying,purpose to be merciful
ind true* - ? - . 5 I . !
'There' aie. p? many nypocritea
|.in the 'church.'' To 'iteTjrar?l hu?
who.will hide-behind when they j
! are all castr into "the lake, Of I fire
and brim?f?n?? - :- . ; ?
To feel the need of more religion
I al way s mean 8 11 h at God wt?js ns
to have more. " Tho devi?' ^ever:
! causes anybody. to ??tunger j t?d
thirsi; after rihgteoushess. .. . .
'VVife-ri " want. a ."new
twe^^.^lge.. pjiyosL think I
I wanj^Jfc.taivaw! io -the attaos
here tc sca*e^ho hawke away jftoin,
thc" 1 chickehsf-fbetroit ?Ei?e
Press,. - ix
From the nrst of October I will
be at i thc . mammoth' dry goods
store o? J. - ?3? i White <fe Co., ; Au
gusta, Ga., where I will be pleased
to see and.serve my friends # and'
the "people of Edgefie?d county
W. J. LANHAM
late with Alvin Hart Co"
. Edg?fi?ld, S. C.
In accordance with an Act ot
the G?nerai Assembly, approved
[ December 22,1891,. I hereby pub
lish the "names of the Taxable
Polls iri .the' several School Dis
tricts of Edgeneld county, as re
ported to me by the Trustees of
School District, No. 28.
.Miledge Renew. W McDaniel,
? J BThurmond, Chas Crawford;
P E Thurmond, G P-Moon,
C J Holmes, J T Reese,
[JWBrooks, CH Stone,
J W Shewmate, C H Key,
N Scfiadwick, R C B Key,
I Waller Buss?y, A P Douglas,
H B Tucker, J E Holmes,
jeffers'n SheltonjJ S Holmes,
W A Cartledge, J M Holson,
Charles Wood, , J H Doolittle,
P B Stone, y- fj C Harvely, .
fGeo W Doolitt?eTTA Harvely,
] j;C Robertson, H T Hornsby,
Pat Robertson, jr,G W Sharpton,
Tom'Settles, M B Moultrie,
I W.R Parks, WL Howie,
Bill Garrett, Sam Yeldell, Jr.,
York Green, Hal Walton,
Solomon Green, Tom Bussey, Sr.,
Geo Lockhart, ; -Tom Bussey, Jr.,
C Broadwater, '"Ves Griffin^ .
Jack ?l?mi ' ^Tbm Gardenhire,
Harry McEntire, Fate Davis,! ;':! ,1,1
AmosJBrooks, . _Gua j^?anjaii^
L O'Briant,' Henry
?>W4?iams? $ ?*tt Griffie,1
iG?araHtWilUams, SNfi Thumped,
John Yeldell, Eli Edwards. -ST J
<*Km Wells; ] sr t?fi?M^S??'
Sam Cartledge, :4jt j^ljiw&her,
?lat T^mftfeins, ' xmvMwite,.
Joe Tompkins, George Bussey,
Ace Vernor, l?ehr^yj^pkins,
Tom Parks, Jol^?auV
Lewis Addison, "Wade^G?OV?r,
Jule Morgan, .. -Ro^^pfertson,
Jake Blair, Tom ;Howle,
Elbert Parks, Ike: Wnnkms;
R Tompkins,. George Glover,
Jim Robertson, Joe Chamberlain,
Geo Watson, Bill Xilcreaee,
In the above list it is not
improbable ' that the School
Trustees have omitted some names,
All'such omissions'I shall'be glad
to have reported to me or to, the
Trustees, that they may be properly
entered on the tax duplicates.
Names in the oth?F' School
Districts will.be publi?he'd when
they are handed in. ~ '' ?'
. J. B. DAVIS,
- AK? -
All Night Restaurant
- 18 LOCATED AT -
1102 Broad St., - AUGUSTA, GA"
We specially call the attention ol
our Edgefleld friends to the purity ol
our brands-all beet Whiskeys con
stantly t on hand. North Carolina
Whiskey at $1.60 per gallon-ifood. ] ?
Give us a ca,ll. I - ?
J. W. SMITH, Prop'r.
I will pay within $c of the Au
gusta market for cotton.
E. J. NORRIS.
Subscribe to the Edgefield AD
We know that many readers pf
the ADvERTisER distrust the adver
tisement which announces goods I
at coat ; and such distrust ia a wise
skepticism on the part bf the pub-*
lie, for no merchant can sell goods
ai coat and ?ineet his, . own j bflls;
when presented for. payment. ?And
ir li." . .!'*:Du;?' ft." UO\H\l? } . ' ? . j
yet we are go ing ta offer our s tock
of Shoes-one thousand dollars
w^oith-at v .actual, cost, less; the
freight.: : l^ese;,fihoeB ard of all
grades aud sizes, gents', and chil
j dren.' We also offer all our,Notions,
'tfrjr .Oc^8,'-^r^r^^r3r \at. post,
loss the freight Our reasons for
hom G &aa P/. id s Is od s^usda]
selling.at cost are, first, we can as
'w??? afford to sell at cosfeisjt? keep
them at. ?ostf . and; secondly; we
LIT /- OK T,R V? -one
propose in the future to do only a,
Oeries, in order'to get1 the store]
These two reasons ought to sat
isfy the most skeptical thai we
mean business: If parties wish it
re wil? "show our bills. '
? ir-.'/.,' ? . : ?? .
. '."-i/.cv < ?>>. 5
I : MTd by C. H.; Gardner & Co.,
We can give you the latest styles
and best quality in these goods
realizing the importance of selling a
we will hereafter devote especial
attention to this department. Call
J. M. COBB .
..t3<: ' : i v H???tt \ :~ I
, 25 bushels Seed ]Wheat,
: 20 bushels Seed Bailey,
.115'bushels Seed Rye; at
! E.'J.?NOBMS'S. i
J. have. Ppenod .General Repair
rill be n??fwe? ^6 receive the patr
f wi J l m pief?Wxi to receive tue patr
General Ep pa irs and Overhauling, a
rc iff *
-' J? A>' U V A C 7
lap, JSrsifiire anri
?rfdM ?ta di ?*? ?Bis ol?
: In fact anything and all things
peed forpa?^ w^ir?ferVe tbeimoBt c
SHIP OR HAUL
.7 3 9 ..B^?M?I
; .?;.? Io 1o?J fed J ' .
They have had long ezperien<
and guarantee quick sales and pron
' We will mako: full bash advanc
w. i>. I
v Rifles, Revolvers, Caitrii
All Kinds of S
A full line of Keys always on h
loa H Broad. St.,
THE DICKS HOUSE
303 Ellis Street, Corner Washington*
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AUGUSTA, - . CSA
GEO. B. ..LAKE,
S Oto wer B?jt ol EilfflOeiJ.
Ric?moQd & Danvil?e Rairoad Co.
SOUTH CAROLINA DIVISION.
Condensed. Schedule, in eff.ct January 17, 1893.
Trains ran bj 75th Meridian Tint*.
LvYork..' 4JOi?M;12.1Bnr 430PM
j? Philadelphia 6.57,"- jS^Aii'r??T^
?' Baltimore... 9.45 " 6.50" 9145."
" Wash?ngton.?2.0? " 1 T.10'> ??120
fc Bichmond... 3.20AM 3.O?PM 3.00AM
Charlotte \ 9.35
? Bock Hill.
3 44 "
? Winnsbcro. 4.40"
?J Columbia j . .Jg:
" Johnston.... 8.12 "
" Gfaniteville . 8.5? "
Ar Augusta. 9.30"
10.25 " 10^20 u
12.23 AM 12.05PM
. 2J00 ": l]30"
I No. jS.
" Augusta.. .
" Gran i te vii le
" Rock Hill..
j 4.10 "
" Greensboro. 11.38AM
Ar Bichmond.. 7.40 "
* Washington . 10.25 "
" Baltimore.. 12.05PM
" Philadelphia 2.20?k
I *mwlfork..#L60 "
6.00 " ......
7.00 " .
7.55 " .
8.38 " ......
8.52 " ......
10 50 " .
2.03 u ......
7 00 u .^^PM
8.36 "10.34 "
10.30 "12.00 "
9.46 " 8.38AM
J] 36" 16.08 "
3:00 " lfe^5PM
SUD, S. C.
tva ?,o*l ' Tt . ?ri}*
Shops atiEdgffieldv S. C., where I
on ago of the-public in the lino of
?M QlJ, Krinas/
! yr.?j BfWi
'UBER OP -
, in the way of Machinery, tbatrnay
areful and conscientious .attention
1 and doneiat ahori; fcotjae* . 'mjp.
I ? - : : ; ,
1 \ ^TpjEBPa
* ID S ST?EBTJ
;e, ar? ?ral,progressiva, activ?, |
ipt r?tur . ..
:es on all consignments. .>
& 8 to vail,
U?KU AND DKALBK IN
lies, Mai Me, CoUery,
and. Express orders solicited.
Section 1 of an' act of the. Legisla*-^
ure, approved Dec. 22, 189?,' reads at '
Be it enacted by the. Senate .and
Souse of Representatives of the State
if South Carolina, now meta^d,ai11ing
Q General Assembly, abd hythe -au
:"hority of the game, That the trun tees
it tile aere ral: PQ hool ?lia tricia Jn the
county shall repprt to'tha County Au
Ittor tho mmes of aft taxable polls in
lifcor shalL enter the same upen toe tax
iuplicate to be furnished the Cou n ty
rreaaUreivi .Ttfctr.sai'Jr names -api fur
nished shall .be published annually Jin
i newspaper" published' at tue"county
jeakpn?e a:week7or. I tbrjee,cppf<
iveeks, and where there ls no _ m
publ ? abe d St the cou ft ty ?ea t,1 t h3n i a
jome pther-paper; toyipgtfenml <o? is
olation in the county. I M"r
Under and by Virtue of th s au thor i ty
conferred by BaifT^ '.'ife'?tfon '.I
:ail upon School.TruBt?*s. of all the
school districts in Edgefleld county to
make to me at once a full ?nd com pi? to
list of persons in their respect i Ve die?,
tricts who are liable to poll tax.
J. B. 'DAVIS, :
! Co. Auditor.
We will save you money if you
will give us your
Cards, all kinds.
: ??t?m'?t?^rrin:titil kinds' of, wort
furni?hedlon; application. /an
EDGEFIELPi S, C.
I have finished my house and have
started bn sines s "again as before,
and will be ready :to/please my
customers wi th'
M l' iil IR ?J1T.
f - . tr !
I would like to see all my friend*.
Give me a call and see my new
line of goods.
I have ?lso one store to rent and
two rooms for .offices.
W. T. HOFFMAN.
Of wach msrabor of.your family will
cpa* JeM tljsn heretofore. Pr^ct? lately
flWi The photographs now made
will not turn yellow.
SDOBFiELD C. H. '
.fSC H WEIGERT,
, 7^ Brioad .(Under Central Hotel,) Street,
?-TigruL?ta, - - G-a..
J. H. IPJyUL, AGENT,
No. 2 Park Row,
-IMPORTERS OF FINE
i?ines, Liquors, Tobacco, Cigars,
n.v 'in Corn Wlistey a Speciaty.
LL 1 11 ;
Weines, Liquors and Cigars,
?ND DBALEB8 INI
Bourbon Rve and Corn Whiskey.
6oi and. 8o2 i3road. ^Street,
[F YOU ARB LOOKING
MM PRICED, STLISH, WELL MADE CLOTMG
Ve with all sincerity recommend y< ? te oa'l when in Augusta, and
iee the immense stock of
I. C. LEVY ? CO,
ITailor Fit Clothiers.
AUGUSTA, - - GA.
Will ibis bit tbe iwft?
We are head
everything in the
?ne of Lumber,
Blitids and , v variety in
Orti?men- / / 0ur product is
tal yrood / /limited only by
work. / y the wants of our
We aim for your orders.
Let us send you prices.
9(i$?std Longer Co.,
?? MOTTO, "QM SALES AND SMALL PROFITS.'
AUGUSTA, - GA.,
-AGENTS FOR THE
mmm nrn mnrnw and ?PCUFU
BEST IN THE MARKET.
( 949 Broad St., (
??POSITORY, ] FACTORY, \ 914 Jones St.
( 946 Jones St. (
CHE BEST, CHEAPEST, AND MOST RELIABLE HOUSE
Prices for Cotton
IS IC ADS POSSIBLE BY INVESTING WHERE YOU CAN OBTAIN
BEST VALUES FOE LEAST CASH
( LOWEST PRICES,
A GOOD TEAM ]
( BEST GOODS.
y Weare headquarters for BLANKETS, CLOAKS, DRESS GOODS
J?&ERWEAR, and everything in Dry Goods.
Come and see us when you come to the city.
MULLARKY & H ARTY,
3 IO Broad St., Augusta, Q-a-11
Nie River Swamp
IS A CERTAIN CURE FOR
Pnce 50 cents ard $1.00 Per Bottle.
Chills and Fever,
. Chronic Chills,
Also a PBEVENTIVE of all the
;roubles. The remedy is simple and
?armless contains no arsenic or poi son -
JUS drug. In all cases of debility and
loss ot appetite from malarial poison
ing the use of this wonderful remedy
Ask for the River Swamp Chill
ind Fever Cure and take no other.
Sold by all country stores.
Ll ARDELLE, DrDEgUt,
Proprietor & Manufr,
W. L DOUGLAS
S3 SHOE CENA?EW
?ad other tfitt?uet tat
Gentlemen, Ladlee, Bon ?nd
MiMOl ?re the
Best in the World.
See descriptivo adrertiie
I ment which wai Appear ia
this paper. ?
Take no Substitute,
trat Insist on having W. Ti,
name and price stamped OG
bottom. Sold by
EDGEFIELD, S. C.
Just arrived, one car load of
Roll 'Top, Cylinder
In Walnut and Oak.
Will sell CHEAP
and make Easy
Also, an elegant
A full line of
Summer Goods, in-j
Ice Cream Freezers
300 Lawn Settees
at $l each.
805 BBOAD ST.
Office over Bank of Edgefield.
Hours from 9 a. m. to 4 p. m.
Private aid Transient Board.
602 Broad St., Cor. Washington,
AUGUSTA, - - Q--A.
MRS.-A. J. SMITH, PROPSS
We are closing out those lovely bras?
: ri m med Curtain Poles at 20? each..
TV. H. Tc ax KU & Co. %