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:-rHOS. J. ADAMS, ..... EDITOR
THURSDAY, JUNE 22,1893.
? W. Perry Murpbey, Esq., bas
been appointed District Attorney
-by President Cleveland.
The estimate is that there are
10,773 acres of watermelons plant
ed in this State^this season.
The United States government
corps of engineers is making a
ftnrvoy of the Congaree river.
The State board of equalization
of railroad property will ho'd its
final meeting in Columbia this
That important and large body
known as the Baptist Congress of
America will convene in Augusta
South Carolina whiskey labels
look very much like coffin lids.
This is another good feature of the
The Geary law seems to have no
effect upon the immigration of
Chinese to-this country. They are
coming into the ports of British
Columbia by the ship-load.
There was a terrible hail storm
in Lancaster county last week.
Fully 1,400 acres in cotton were
entirely ruined. The damage to
the growing crop is estimated at
A new vegetable is about co be
introduced into the United States
by the Department of Agriculture.
It is the root of the calla lily. It
looks something like an Irish po
tato. Farmers in Florida are al
ready raising the roots for market.
After being feted and petted*
and having seen the wonders of
New York, Washington,, and Chi
cago, including the great Colum
bian Exposition, the Princess
Eulalia and suite will sail for
Spain on the 24th inst.
The Louisiana lottery, driven
out of the United States, has been
revived in Honduras. Two islands
off the coast of that country have
been purchased by the company
and a submarine cable will belaid
to Tampa, Fla.
Mavroym Bey, the Turkish am
rjassad?r, in behalf of the Sultan
:??? ,Tu3^y...has preBented. to Presi
dent ^TOeyeland >; a ; munificent
medals commemorative of . the four
~ huridreth anniversary of the dis
covery of America by Columbus.
The medal is of massive gold,
about four inches in diameter.
It now leaks out that prior to his
election President Cleveland said :
'Til be d-d if I will," when urged
.to promise something to his sup
porters to which he objected. If
the antis had only known this
earlier wouldn't they have snorted?
How can they support the con
sciousness that President Cleve
land as well as Gov. Tillman occa
sionally lets slip a d-n.
Senator Manderson, president
pro tem of the United States Sen
ate, speaking of the prospect of re
pealing the Sherman silver law,
says: "The Sherman law cannot
be repealed by the next Congress
unless substituted by the free
coinage of silver in some form.
They may put moro silver in the
dollar, but free coinage will be
insisted on as a condition to the
repeal of the Sherman law."
The liquor dealers of Charleston
have retained the services of two
lawyers and propose to go before
Judge Bond asking for an injunc
tion against the enforcement, of
the Dispensary law in this State.
The liquor men have the right to
test the law as thoroughly as pos
sible, but to call in the services of
Judge Bond is a sad mistake. His
reputation is so unsavory, and his
animus against our people so pro
nounced that even a victory in his
court would be a political Waterloo
to the Conservatives.
Death of Henry Meriwether.
CLARK'S HILL, S. -C. June 19.
Mr. Henry Meriwether, a promi
nent citizen of Edgefield county,
died last night at this place of
heart disease. Mr. Meriwether was
an elder brother of Collier Meri
wether, who has for sometime been
professor of English in the
University of Japan, atTakio.The
family is a prominent one and has
distinguished connections all over
A portion of Scbniedemuehl, a
manufacturing town of Prussia, is
sinking in consequence of boring
of an artesion welL Tho in
habitants of the district in danger,
which covers several squares, will
be compelled to leave their homes.
The government engineers have
gone to the peens to try to prevent
the min of the town.
Reform Econ om y.
To those who express doubt
that the reform party has ac
complished real "reform" in South
Carolina,. The Times would like to
refer to Trial Justice W. H.
Sawyar, of McTier Township, this
county. Mr. Sawyer is a Reformer,
and practices what he preaches.
Notwithstanding the fact" that
there is no other trial justice with
in ten or twelve miles of. him, he
recently brought to be approved an
account against the county for
three dollars for the entire. ex
penses of his court for a half year.
Along with him, he had, also, the
records of his court, which showed
that when, on numerous occasions
various culprits had been convietod
of larceny and Otber crimes to his
satisfaction, he sentenced them
to a certain number of months'
work for the plaintiff." His senten
ces were literally carried out,too !
"It is no use burdening the county
with feeding these men,," he said
to a Times reporter, "and J. just I
put them where they will do some
thing to make their own living." ?
Mr. Sawyer is, we are willing to
assert, the crack trial Justice of
South Carolina.-Aiken Times.
Pennie? We Lose.
Small copper coins are lost in
such enormous numbers that the
government is obliged to keep on
coining cents at the rate of several
millions of them everj month,
[ney change hands so often as to be
subject to a mulitude of accidents,
and, owing to their small value,
they are not taken care of. This
is no cause of regret to Uncle
lam, inasmuch as he buys the
Dennies in bulk from a firm io
Connecticut at the rate of 2,0001
for $1. On reaching the mint in
^iladelphia, whence all of them
are issued, they have merely to be
stamped. There are 110,000,000
pennies somewhere. Nobody knows
what has become of them, except
that once in a while a siugle
specimen turns up in change.
A few years ago 4,500,000 bronze
two-cent pieces were set afloat.
Three millons of them are still
ou1 standing. Three million three
cent nickle pieces are scattered
over the United States, but it is
very rarely that one is seen. Of
800,000 half-cents, which corres
pond in value to English farthings
not one has been returned to th*?
government for recoinage or ?B
held hythe Treasury. 1
A ?OW ENTERPRISE,
ional Gold Cure Institute
Dr. Frank Bright, of this city,
has charge of tl*e South Carolina
branch of the National Gold Cure
Institute, of Wilmington, N. C.,
and is now open for business in
the Central Hotel. He has a suit
of elegantly fitted up rooms, and
has also arranged to board his
patients there, where they can be
overlooked and treated under his
immediate eye. Mr. W. Frank
Osborne, secretary and general,
manager of the Gold Cure, is now j
in our city assisting Dr. Bright, j
This is a weil-establihed scientific
treatment and cure of alcoholic
poisoning and the various diseases
caused by the excessive or
moderate use of whiskey morphine
opium, otc, etc., and a permanent
cure is guaranteed, or no charge
will be made. This institution is
so entirely. convinced of the
solvency of their remedies, that
parties seeking treatment, if they
so desire, can deposit the amount
of charges in some bank, subject |
to the order of the manager when
a permanent cure is effected.
Their charge for treatmet, in
cluding board at the Central
Hotel, is only $75, which is cer
tainly as reasonable as one could
ask. Mr. Osborne says that there
are occasional cases where the
system is so diseased by the
prolonged and excessive use of
liquor that a cure is an utter im
posibility, and such patients are
not received. But in a large ma
jority of cases they can destroy
the taste for liquor in twenty-four
hours, and in forty-eight hours the
patient is thoroughly relieved of
his thirst. But they keep their
patient under treatment for four
weeks, so as to effect a lasting
cure and build up the system.
Chloride of pure gold, which is
the fun damne tal treatment used
in the treatment of" alcoholic
poisoning, is by no means a recent
discovery, as is generally supposed.
Its application for the treatment
of disease has been known to
chemistry since 1810, and has beeD |
an importaut factor in the com- j
pounding of various formula in
the practice of medicine. The
double chloride of gold is an un
known quantity in Materia Medi
ca. This is a scientific fact, j
which cannot be controverted.
The National Gold Cure In
stitute, with this valuable remedy
and other compounds, which have
been ascertained, after careful
analysis of these special diseases,
to possess those healing and
nutritious . qualities which has
crowned their system of treatment
with an absolute and positive sue
cess, gratifying iu the highest de
gree, enable them to guarantee to
patients entrusted to their carera
a speedy and permanent cure of
their :i affliction. Read their
advertisement in another column.
-Headlight, Spartanburg, S. C.
Hall's Hajr Renewer renders tht1)
hair lustrous and silken, gives it
an even coloreand enables women
to put in a great variety of styles.
Mr??. Ulysses S. Grant and Mrs.
.Jefferson Davis are to.me?t. The
wives of the two. great leaders will
exchange their first greetings at
Cranston's on-the Hudson in sight
of the West Point military acad
emey. The place has many as
sociations dear to the hearts of j
both as their husbands were
graduates >f the academy. Mrs.
Grant is a guest at Cranston's and
Mrs. Davis will stop at the same
place. The two ladies will thus
meet every day. Mrs. Grant in
speaking of Mrs. Davis' intended
visit, said she hoped she would not
disappoint her as she did last year.
She is very anxious to become ac
quainted with her. Mrs. Davis and
her daughter, Miss Davis, are at
the Hotel Marlborough and will
remain there until early next
week, when they will go to Crans
ton's. Mrs Davis has expressed
the wish to mest Mrs. Grant on
ground which is of such historic
interest to both. She feels greatly
pleased with the kind expressions
of interest Mrs. Grant has mani
fested in the coming visit.
Mrs. J. D. Cunningham of
Atlanta has 39,000 peach trees on
200 acres of laud at Mclvor's, in
Cobb county.. They are the big
yellow variety and are expectad
to ripen in July. It is thought the
I yield will be 70,000 bushels, which
I at $1 per bushel will bring in
$70,000. Crates are already on the
?ground for sqipping.
As a blood-purifier, the most
I eminent physicians prescribe
Ayer's Sarsaparilla. It is the most
powerful combination of vegetable
alteratives ever offered to the
(public. As a spring and family
medicine, it may be freely used by
I old and young alike.
Mas. ANKH ELIZA COVAR was born
at Rock in ghani, Richmond County,
N. C., Feb. l?th, 1842, and died at Euge
fleld on June Sth, 1893. Her funeral
services were conducted by Rev. A. B.
Watson at the Methodist Church, of |
which denomination she had long been
a faithful and consistent member. The
last sad rites were touching in their
simplicity and solemnity, especially
the singing of the hymns selected for
the occasion by the deceased : "What
a Friend we Have in Jesus," and "On
the Happy, Golden Shore. Mrs. Covar
had during life lived so that death had
no terrors. It was no dreaded appari-1
tion. but an angelic vision initiating j
her into the life Elysian. As she felt
the hour was drawing nigh she sum
moned her loved ones to her bedside to
hear ber parting words. To her little
boys, Lewis ana Cleveland, she said :
"Children, I am going to leave you for
mv work on earth is finished. Be good
boye and obey your father, and brother,
who has been a father to you. and also
your sisters ; attend church and Sun
day-school regularly, never tell a lie,
I never^visifea barroom, and keep out'br
all bad "company. Always be good
boys and meet your dear mother in
heaven." Then calling her husband,
"Lewis," she said, "my time ha' come
and I must leave you. I have always
been a dutiful wife and a faithful
mother. You have been kind to me on
my death-bed. 1 want you to live a
different life; don't drink whiskey,
don't visit the barrooms; be kind to
my children. You will be the next to
follow me, and it will not be long.
Your days are few, and I want you to
promise me to meet me in heaven, and
then how happy we shall be. You can
come to me, but I cannot come to you.
I want you to take my life as an ex
ample." Her sister came next and she
said to her, "Chattie, you have stood
by me during my sickness and on my
death-bed, and now I want you toi
i stand by me in heaven." To her oldest j
daughter she said, '-Mamie, I want you
to fill my placeas a mother; be kind
to the two little boys and your *. Isters.
Go to church, be a good girl, visit the
sick, and do all the good you can."
Her parting words to her next oldest
daughter were these : -'Annie Lou,
you have always been a good girl, con
tinue so; be kind to your sisters and
brothers and your father, and every
body, and perform every kind act you
can." To the third daughter she said :
"Mattie, always be a kind and faithful
wife; live a Christian life, and meet
me in heaven." To her oldest son,
Robert, she said: "Robert, you have
been a good, faithful, and dutiful son,
one out of a thousand. You have filled
a father's place, and have filled it well,
and God will reward you for it all.
Robert, you have two sisters and two
little brothers to take care of; be kind
to them. I have suffered a long time,
?nt my sufferings will soon be over,
go where there is no pain, suffering,
or sorrow, but where ail is happiness
and joy. Do not grieve for me, yet
never forget me. Always remember
that you have a mother in heaven. Be
kind to your father, for he will not
live much longer. I have been a faith
ful mother and you have been a faith
ful son, and now we must part for a
little while. Live a good life, and re
member I am watching for you and
oh, what a happy time we shall have
when we meet over there ! It is hard
to give up 'mother,' but it will not be
for long. All of you must meet me in
heaven, and then we will have such a
good and joyous time. Be prepared
for death, so that a happy reunion
may be ours in heaven."
These parting words of the dying |
saint are a balm to the wounded
hearts of her children-a priceless
memory, as her life was a precious ex
DEATH bas stolen into the bouse of
Charlie and Mrs. Alice Key, of Modoc,
and with rude hand has plucked their
little bud, and carried it away. Yet,
little MARION was scarce ten months
old, but was the joy of Lhe household.
Bright, cheerful, and full of glee, al
ways fondled and careesed by all the
members of the household. But on
May 14th the darling little one left us
for brighter climes. Jesus has wel
comed him home. What more dear
friends can we ask.
A rocent dificovory by an Old
physic ian. Successfully Vted
monthly by thousand? of Lo>
Aita. Is tho onl7 perfectly safo
o nd roil ab lo medicino discov
ered. Beware ot unprincipled
.. dragglate who offer Inferior
medicines In place Of tel?. AB* for COOK'S Corro n
Boor Cowocjaj, toke no tubttitute, or inoloee $1 and
0 cen te Jn pos tage in letter, ?nd we will send, eeeled,
by return mrnUT Vnfi ?ealod particulars In piala
enTelopo, to ladlee only, 8 a tam ps.
rond Lily .Company. .
No. 9 ruber woo*, Detroit, ?len.
Fttr- Sold in Edgefield by G. L. Penn & Son
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STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF EDGEFIELD.
J. D. ALLEN, Esq., Probate Judge.
WHEREAS, Jno. B. Hill, Clerk of
Court, hath made suit to me, to
grant him Letters of Administration
of the estate and effects of Elizabeth
Walker. , I
THESE ARE, THEREFORE, to cite and
admonish all and singular the ki mired
and creditors of the said Elizi^cth
Walker, deceased, that they -Ve^tfv ^
pear before me, in the Court or Pro
bate, to be held at Edgefield C. H., on
the 17th July next, after publication
hereof, at ll o'clock in the forenoon,
to show cause, if any they have, .why
the said administration should not be
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Tables, Settees, Etc.
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EDGEFIELD, S. C.
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The Forsaken Bride.
Earl Wayne's Nobility.
CELIA E. GARDNER.
A Woman's Wiles.
Bich Medway's Two Loves.
JULIE P. SMITH.
Chris and Otho.
Ten Old Maids.
Widow Goldsmith's Daughter.
M. T. WALWORTH.
Warwick. Hotspur.- Lulu.
Stormcliff. Delaplaine. Beverly.
CAPTAIN MAYNE REID?
The Kifle Bangers. o
The Wood Bangers.
Osceola, the Seminole.
The Headless Horseman.
The Wild Huntress.
Bangers and Begulators.
The White Gauntlet.
The White Chief.
The Hunter's Feast.
The War Trail.
The Tiger Hunter.
The Scalp Hunter.
MARY J. HOLMES.
Tempest and Sunshine.
The English Orphans,
v Marian Grey.
Darkness and Daylight.
. MARION HARLAND.
True as Steel Sunnybank. .
The Hidden Path. Moss Side.
Ruby's Husband. At Last.
MAY AGNES FLEMING.
Guy Earlscourt's Wife.
A Wonderful Woman.
A Teri i ble Secret.
A Mad Marriage.
A Wife's Tragedy.
One Night's Mystery.
Sharing Her Crime.
Silent and True.
A Wronged Wife.
BERTHA M. CLAY.
Thrown on the World.
Lady Damar's Secret.
A Bitter Atonement.
Love Works Wonders.
^ Struggle for a Bing.
OUR CRESCENT SERIES, 35CT8.
Twenty Years After. Alexander Dumas
Tho Three Guardsmen . . " **
Stephen Ullicott's Daughter . Mrs J H Needell
The Story of Philip Methuen . " " *.?
The Count of Monte Cristo . Alexander Dumas
Edmond Dantes....Alexander Dumas
Queen's Whim ..Eosa Nouchette Carey
When a Man's Single.J M Barrie
The Duchess of Powysland .... Grant Allen
My Lady Nicotine-James M Barrie
Auld Licht Idylls. M u
A Window in Thrums, " "
My Guardian.Ada Cambridge
Hidden Away....Etta W Pierce
The Three Miss Kings. Ada Cambridge
Averil.Bosa N Carey
Our Bessie. v. " u
A Daughter of Heth.Wm Black
The Scarlet Letter..Nath'l Hawthorne
Gi i .il (H.Boss G Deering |
Marooned.W Clark Bussell
Mistress Beatrice Cope...M E LeClerc
Merle's Crusade.Bosa N Carey
A Lost Wife.Mrs H L Cameron
Birch Dene.Wm Westall
Phantom Future.H S Meriman
Derrick Vaughan.Edna Lyall
In the Golden Days. u
A Troublesome Girl.The Duchess
Won by waiting.Edna Lyall
A Crooked Path.Mrs Alexander j
The Search for Basil Lyndhurst. .. Rosa Carey
Cleopatra.H Kider Haggard
Knight Errand.Edna Lyall
We Two. " '
The Man-Hunter.Dick Du no van
Little Mrs Murray.F C Phillips
Be Quick and Be Dead.. Ophelia Hives
Miss Brethertohn. .Mrs Murphy Wtxrd
Will.Georges Ohnet j
5ffiiw" j (Olive Schreiner) Ralph Iron
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Dora Thorne.Charlotte M Braeme
A Mere Child.LB Walford
3ylvia Arden.Oswald Crawford
Madame Midas.Fergus W Hume
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Edgefield, S. C.
I P. M. July 10th.
mnah 5 P. M. July)
iu one whole day in
Mp Only $2.00
ond& Co., Edgefield,
Always on hand at my market,
next to Mr. D. T. Grice's Livery
Patronage of the public solicited.
Fair and square dealing in my
W. A. LIVINGSTON.
Padgett Pays the Freight !
A large Illustrated Catalogue show
lug hundreds of designs of Furniture,
Stoves and Baby Carriages will be
malled five, If you mention this
paper. I will sell you FURHJTvnn,
etc., Jost a? cheap os you cam buy
them in large cities, and pay the
freight to your depot. ,<\
llore are a few samples: J
A Xo. 7 flat topCooklwr Stove with
20 cooking utensils, delivered to any
depot, for U- 00
A ft-hole COOK tug Range with 20
cooking utensils, delivered to any
depot, for 113 00.
A large line of Stove? tn propor
tion. Special agent for Charter Oak
A nice Parlor *ult, upholstered in
good plush, fashionable colors, de
livered auy where for 180.00. A large
line of Purlor Suits to select Irom.
A Bedroom Suit, large glass, big
bedstead, enclosed washstand, full
??lili fl pieces; chairs have cane seat?,
delivered anywhere for 12200.
Other Suits both cheaper and more
25 yds. of vd.-wide Carpet for $7 50.
1 pair Nottingham Lace Curtains,
pole, 2 chains, 2 hooks, 10 pins, all
A nice Window Shade, 7 ft. long, 3
ft. wide, on spring roners, wi th fringe
tor 50 cents.
Mo freight paid on Shades and Cur
tains unless ordored in connection
with other aooda. Q
Send for Catalogue. Address
Id06 Broad Street, Augusta, Ga.|
We are. now ready with our Spring I
line of CLOTHING, SHOES, HATS,
and CENTS' FURNISHING GOODS.
We have the best and most complete
line of Clothing that we have ever
shown, consisting of
Mei, BoysJo?s,Cltas Snits.
Our Clothing* is remarkably cheap, j
I considering quality of goods, fit and |
We carry everything in Shoes that I
is desired. We are selling Bay State [
Shoes, which everybody knows to be '
good. We also carry a full line of !
Hamilton Brown Shoes, that will give
perfect satisfaction. We ask the ladies 1
to call and see our immense stock of j
beautiful SLIPPERS, which we are
selling very reasonable.
H .A. T S,
All the latest styles in FELT and I
STRAW, which we are selling cheaper
than can be bought in large cities.
Large assortment of NEGLIGEE
SHIRTS from 25? to very elegant!
ones. A good WHITE SHIRT fori
50?. Also,beautiful PLAITED BOSOM
DRESS SHIRTS very cheap.
? We carry a complete line of COL-I
LARS and CUFFS in the latest styles. [
Our stock of NECKWEAR is un
questionably the nicest and cheapest
line we have ever shown. Beautiful
four-in-hand Ties for 25*. Windsor
Ties from bf cents to 50?.
We sell the Harris Wire Buckle Sus
penders, one of the best that is made, j
UNDER VESTS, Etc.
A large line of Summer Under Vests, |
Hosiery, Gloves, Handkerchiefs, and
in fact everything a man wants.
All we ask of our friends is to give
us a call. We will be glad to show you
our stock, knowing that we can save
EDGEFIELD, S. C.
1, M, III,
AU kinds of Pictures, Large and j
Small, made at reasonable prices. This j
is the best season for Childrens'
Final Settlement and Dis
NOTICE is hereby given, that appli
cation will be made to the Probate
Judge of Edgefleld County on Monday
the 17th July prox- for a final dis
charge of of Mrs. F. P. Hammond as
Executrix of the estate of O. T. Oul
breth dece'd, and that a final settle
ment of said estate will be made on
j. w. DEVORE,
Attorney for Executrix,
June 13th 1893.
Berkshire and Essex.
[ Have 4 pairs above breed pigs for J
?ale, about 2 months old. Price $4.00 a
pair or $2.00 each.
A. J SULLIVAN.
Edgefleld, S. C.
Pigs for Sale.
FEW pigs for sale-$1,25 each.
Edgefleld, S. C.
HAVE five pairs of Essex pigs that
I will sell for $5 per pair,
O, W. CROUCH,
Trenton, S. C.
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national Gold Stirs Institute,
Central Hotel, Main Street.
Established for the scientific treatment and cure of Alcoholic Poisoning,
and the various diseases caused by the excessive or moderate use of whiskey,
opium, morphine, etc. This Institute is now opened and ready for the recep^
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of medicine. Experiments have been conducted on this line for the past sev
eral years, with varied success. It has now reached the point by this Institute,
where a cure is a positive certainty. The National Gold Cure Institute is in a
position to give anyone a cur?, or refund the money to the patient. They sim
ply do what they promise, or no charge. Prices are very moderate and ac
commodations good. A.iiy one wishing to investigate, will do well to call on
National Gold Cure Institute,
Central Hotel Building, Spartanburg, . So. Ca.
DR. FRANK BRIGHT, Physician in Charge.
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