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mos. J. ADAMS, - .? - - . EDITOR
THURSDAY,. JULY 20,1S93.
American newspapers employ
"Laugh, and the world laughs with you.
Weep, and you weep alone."
Poor Farley weeps alono.
A fire in Marion last week de
stroyed a warehouse and 300 bales
The first bale of new cotton has
been shipped to Houston, Texas,
from Duval county in that State.
It is stated that the present crop,
of cotton will be produced on leBS
borrowed money than any crop
since the war.
It is rumored that the Legisla-,
ture will be called together on the
1st of November and continue in
session for two months.
If Senator Irby is 'guilty as
charged, in the Laurens county:
school commissioner business, the j
picture is a^very dark one.
Senator Irby has completely de
molished Farley-smote him hip
and thigh, friere are- other pre
cincts, however, to be^heard from.
One of the buildings on the
-World's Fair grounds was burned j
a few days ago. Over thirty fire
men and guards lost their lives in
Judge Norton has granted a tem
porary injunction restraining the
county dispenser of Greenville
from continuing the dispensary,
uiitil a hearing can bevhad.
The re-union of the United Con
fed?rale Veterans at Birmingham,
Ala., having been postponed, the
Richmond and Danville railroad
has withdrawn the special rates
advertised for that occasion.
Emperor William, of Germany,
is seriously contemplating a visit |
to this country, taking in the Co
lumbian Exposition. We would!
like to have him ccme down Vnd I
try some of our Edgefield "dis
Judge Gary denied tte .?.. ! ii
of the Columbia people, peking
that there should be no dis, >
in that pV,e, on the gi . . '
he had no jurisdictt:.n. *'Ju?V
Gary's decision f&auis to ir.e> ?'
the ano-,-ifl^of the beBt
.'. 5^ Robert^ Portner I;?<:7/ing^.
Jf?-^^plrienS^f beer in tc- the
State, in violation of the dis
pensary law. The beer was sent
from Charlotte to Greenville and to
Charleston, and as only one keg
was sent-to each'place it was ship- j
ped presumably to make a test I
There will be a grand rally of j
the unterrified Democracy at j
.Greenwood on the 29th instant,
next Saturday week. Gov. Tillman,
McLaurin. and Irby^are booked
for speeches on that occasion. This
gathering is intended, we suppose,
as a set-off to the meeting at that
. place a short time ago when Gens.
Gordon and Butler made speeches.
Adjutant General Farley has
completed his inspections, and is
now; making up his pay roll'. He
will send his checks to the differ
ent companies in the State very
soon.. This will be good news to
the various military compan
ies in the* State. The num
ber of men inspected this year is
larger than ever before. There are |
3,500 m.mes on the rolls and $10,
000 to be divided, which will give j
about $2.85 to each man.
Clemson College opened with
340 students, and daily arrivals are
The session will be continuous !
" for ten montBs.
January and February will be |
the holiday months.
The boys will rise at 6:30 a. m.,
and there will be something for
them to do every hour in JHe day
for six days of the seven.
At night, 10:30 precisely, an
official presses an electric button, |
and lo, at once the boys are all ex- J
actly where Moses waswhen the
candle went out.
A large number of convicts have
been d?tailed from the penitentiary
to make brick and get out rock for
the building of the South Carolina |
Industrial and Winthrop Normal
College at Rock Hill. Capt. Neal,
the superintendent of the peniten
tiary, has been on the ground for
some days arranging, for stockades
and getting things in shape for big
work. The college, however, will
-be run in Columbia for at least :
one more session. In the twin in*i
'Stituh'ons at Fort Hill and Rock
T:U, South Carolina is get ting far |
' ac Z,2 her sister States wlwnwe
."der her size and wealth as j
" ^ with most of them.
Rear Admiral English, of the
United States navy, died in Wash
ington on Sunday.
Astronomers have discovered a
new comet. For a few nights longer
it can be seen in the western hori
zon, near the constellation called
'.treasurer Walker, of the Man
chester (Mass.,) Mills, says unless
-there is a change in the next ten
days, all the mills of Manchester
will shut down.
The Georgia horticulturists hold
their eighteenth annual meeting
at Athens on the 2nd and 3rd of
August, and South Carolina has
no such organizations. *
A strange disease resembling
cholera ' has appeared at Raleigh,
N. C. ; The persons attacked die
in six or seven hours. There have
been twelve deaths.
France and Siam are at war.
The French marines have captured
Forts Donthan and Taphaxn. Six
of the French soldiers have been
killed.' The loss of the Siamese
has been very heavy. .
So few people attended the
World's Fair on Sundays that
hereafter the big exhibit will be
closed on that day. Sunday open
ing proved a failure and was con
Secretary Morton, of the Depart-1
ment of Agriculture, 7/ashington,
D. C., has cut off from the pay roll
of his department, up to the last j
of May, 242 names, effecting a
saving of $200.000 per annum.
The address delivered by Presi
dent Craighead on the opening of
Clemson College exceeds by many
degrees those usually delivered on
such occasions. The trustees of
the institution certainly made a
> At a birthday party in Green
ville county last week, near Grier's
station, Tom Tony cut Jim Fox
with a pocket knife, severing his
jugular vein and killing him in
I stantly. Both men were substan
? iinl farmers.
Richard P. Rough tro? r ? i?*red
jTrlt.tvrlmsrrt *~ prominent young
Lrr?r ot z-.-.ivi-': - . tia fought
[due} tn t'iie d?\tb m u--' '.>
I sonare * thai ' ,v - .'.
? ?r i- t. , . '.?r i -.j - ul
:..cnniond and Danville
j/Oijd hauled a keg pf-beer to Green
tm (lay " axhr -Tr Crower. &
on hauled it from the depot on
Monday to the office of C. J. Pride
to whom it was shipped from
Charlotte, KC, by the Robert
Portner Brewing Co. After re
maining in Greenville all day with
a piece of ice on it the contents of
the keg. disappeared. The whole
thing was arranged to violate the
dispensary law but no arrests
have been made.
Secretary Carlisle is back at his
post again in Washington getting
ready for the extra session of Con
gress, which meets on the 7th of]
August. Oh, that extra session!
It is fraught with much for the |
country and especially the Democ
racy which is. now wholly in pos- i
session of all the reins of govern
ment, the first time for thirty-three
years. The battle between free
silver and anti free silver will be
a battle royal with the probability
that legislation, if there be any,
will be a compromise and suit
Senator Butler, in a recent inter
view, thus defines his position :
* * *"I am inclined to think
from what I know of the opinion
of leading Democrats, men very
high in council of the party, that
this will be the way out of our
financial difficulties. - A repeal of
the Sherman law, coupled with
the repeal of the 10 per cent tax on
State bank circulation, and a
graduated income tax. If the
Democratic party will do this,
and readjust the tariff, we shall
hear of no more financial troubles
for twentyfive years.
j Interesting to Property Owners.
j Sumter Herald
On the first of this month, bv
direction of the South Eastern
Tariff Association, what is known
as the "Thre-eFourths Value
Clause,/ went into effect in all
cities and towns of South Carolina
except Charleston and Columbia.
This clause was of force outside
of the cities and towns before July
1st, but as fires occur infrequently
in the country it was then a mat
ter of minor importance. As many
persons do not know what this
three fourths value clause- is, we
flive it there, and advise its care
ful perusal :
"It is understood and agreed to
be a condition of this insurance,
that in the event of loss or damage
by fire to the property insured
under this policy, this company
shall not be liable for an amount
greater than three-fourths of the
actual cash value of each item of
property insured by this policy
(not exceeding the amount insured
on each such item) at the time
immediately proceeding such loss
of damage; and in the event of
additional insurance-if any is
permitted hereon-then this com
pany shall be liable for its pro
portion only of three-fourth such
cash value of each item insured at
the time of the fire, not exceeding
the amount insured on each such
This simply means that the
insured must carry at least one
fourth of the risk. For instance
suppose a house actually worth
$1000 is insured for $750. In case
of loss the face value of the policy
($750) is paid, or if the insurance
was less than $750 say $500 then
the face value ot the policy $500
would be paid; but any amount of
insurance above $750 would not be
paid. If the house was insured
for $800, $1000, er even $2000 (the
value of the house being only
$1,000), and the premium for such
amount paid, yet in case of loss
the company would not be liable
for more than the three fourths of
the real value of the building or
A new "Ironsjafe Clause" has also
boen adopted and went into effect
at the same time as the above. This
is a matter of special interest to
merchants. There has been an iron
safe clause in force for some time
which has been very important,
but the last is much stronger.
Speaking to a fire insurance agent
on this subject very recently, he
suggested that many merchants
know very little about the impor
tance of this clause and that they
should be advised to read their
policies over carefully as a viola
tion of the iron safe clause might
cause them in case of fire to lose
their insurance money.
JIM TILLMAN TOMAHAWK.
It is to Get in Its Work on Sena- :
tor Irby in Great S?*r ; .
The Colombia Joorn?.;.
CLARK'S ii1- .'.?..??
Th* Sn' ?.??ti rr ; ii ... ... . '
Capia;?: . ?nt?s-F .ubi /'
j morning ai c ?&Js?. U Ko" .
jiisin*- ;v ?*?v jo ?' -
: iib V'S *- '?? '.? * i: '
v iiivwn into this
. -AAUOXI to my regret, but I do
i?ot propose that Senator Irby or
any bod else shall use me as an in
strument to perpetrate a political
V ^Tiien ?on will reply??
"Of what character will your
.answer be?" was asked.
"Wait and see; you m?y say,
however, that it will prove Senator
Irby has acted the deliberate
scoundrel in mixing a certain
amount of truth with error in order
to give his defence an air of
plausibility and thrown the whole
blame on me. It will divulge some
racy and yet unwritten history
that will be mighty interesting
reading for devout Reformers."
"When will your article ap
"Just as soon as possible.
Please do not ask me any ques
A Mule in Colle ton has twin Colts.
Messrs Murray & Co, the largest
business men at St Georges, own
a pair of gray mules that look as
though they were twins They
have been used in their drug busi
ness for about ten years, and have
become so attached to each other
that it is next to impossible to
separate them, and if one gets in
side of the stable and the other
is outside they-paw and moan so
piteously that they attract atten
tion and are soon allowed to go
together. Their fondling after
such separation as that is amusing.
But the strangest part is yet to
be told. One of them six months
ago commenced growing so stout
as to alarm their owners. The
driver being questioned divulged
some secrets as to what had oc
curred some time previously. The
case was then watched and in due
time a pair of colts (I can't say
mule colts or horse colts), came.
They don't look like either horse
or mule; neither, their grand
parental ancestor, the jack. One
of the colts died two days after
foaling; the other is healthy,
lively and fine, and is now about
five week sold.
Hundreds of persons are visiting
the stables to see the curiosity. So
far only one old farmer has been
found that ever knew of such an
occurrence before. The question
now is. will this colt be a mule
when it develops? It now looks in
body more like a mule, but has
extraordinary small ears and hoof A
like a horse in front, aad like a
mule iii the rear.-Col lo ton Cou
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1,500! 1,500! 1,500!
Fruit Jars, the best, at $1.00 per
dozen for quarts. $1.25 per dozen
for half gallons. ?. J. NORRIS.
Sensitive people can purchase
Humphreys' Specifics by simply
asking the druggists for the needed
number alone, without disclosing
or mentioning the disease tjy
which it is a cure. .
REFUSED AN D?JX7NCTIO
Judge Aldrich . ?lines to St
the Walterbo? o Dispensary.
The Columbia Journal.
BARNWELL, S. C., July 17.-T
Walterboro injunction case cai
up before Judge Aldrich Salurdi
a temporary injunction havi
been granted by him some til
Attorney General Townsend w
present for the State, but as A
Tracy, of Walterboro, was here
represent the Colleton Dispens
and Board of Control, he coi
milled the case to the care of th
gentleman and ,the Solicitor, W.
Mr. Farrow, representing tl
petition for injunction, read I
complaint, * which was entitle
"The members of the town counc
of Walterboro against the thr
members of Board of Control ai
the app tintee as dispenser. 1
The complaint stated in su
stance (1) that the Board of Co
trol had no power to appoint tl
Dispenser, because at the tin
that Rickenbacker received h
appointment, only two of tl
Board had been appointed, .ai
that two had no power to do s
not being able to organize und
the law with only two ; (2) th;
one of those two, Lucien Bellinge
was ineligible, being at the tin
the Supervisor, of Registration i
the county of Colleton ; so that i
fact only one of the board wi
legally qualified at the time thi
Rickenbacker received his a]
poiutment; and (3) that fourtee
of those who signed the Dispenser
petition signed affidavits that the
signed on the representation by tl
Dispenser that the Dispensai
would be established any way ; an
it was only a question who shoul
be Dispenser, and because tl
names of some vho were on tl
petitition were improperly ther
being dipq??n?ed for various rei
son? So that; a- a matter of fae
lb?" . ly had about thi rb
seven ?. of about eight
.". - ' :.thin the corpo:
' .' : refused the ii
ai he regarde
?aiuzed ,board, wit
...o members, and that th
.ember who was at the same tim
supervisor of registration was nc
Killing The Tigers.
The following description o
Gov. Tillmans first attenpt to ki!
the blind tigers in Charleston
and there is said to. be a regula
monagerie of them in that city, i
from the Charleston Sun of Jub
The Tillman law came dowi
with a heavy hand in Charlestor
Shortly before 10 o'clock Chie:
Constable Gaillard, aided by i
squad of constables among whon
were tAo Charleston men, namec
Swan and Pepper, and two fron
the country named Jolley ant
Chapel, (the nemes of the balanci
could not be learned,) made theil
way to the Amerigo Vespucie sa
loon, on Market street, kept bj
V Chicco, an Itallian grocer anc
former saloon keeper.
The constables informed Chiccc
that they had come to seize hit
place and arrest him as keeping s
place where intoxicating liquor:
were sold. They read to him the
warrant and injunction and served
both papers on him. Chicco wac
then arrested and taken to Trial
Justice Milan's office, where he
gaye bond in a blank sum, WK
Brown, the butcher signing the
The constables were left in
charge of the place on Markel
street under command of Chiel
Constable Gaillard. Under the la^s
it is said that the State is em
powered to seize everything in the
place, even including the house
hold effects. A couple of drays
were secured, and work was at
ouce commenced in clearing "the
store of its contents.
? It was not long after the arrest
was made until it become known
that the State officers were at work.
A large crowd gathered in front of
the place, and with keen interest,
watched the proceedings. In a few
minutes the street was impassable
but thc crowd made no demonstra
tion whatever. Two of the con
stables stood guard at the door,
and permitted no one to pass un
less permitted to do so by order of
Chief Constable Gaillard.
One of. the drays secured, backed
up to the door, and work was^com
menced loading up with cabes
of vermicelli. The crowd on the
sidewalk increased, and the men
at work found it difficult to make
their way from the door to the
wagons. Police Officer No 27, hap
pened along, and Chief Constable
Gaillard called on him to keep
the street clear for passage. The
officor, however, lound that he had
his hands full, and as soon as he
cleared the passage in one direc
tion it' filled up in the other.
Then the crowd began to show
its feelings concerning the con
stables, and all sorts of remaks
and opinions wore indulged ie
and given without reservation.
Th? constables stood immovable
as the sphinx and paid not the
slightest attention to what was
being said. The crowd became
bolder and cried "Outrage," Coun
trymen," "Tillman,8 fools," and
the like. One man got up and
- rt ff
"We are living in the free United
States of America and Russia isn't
a marker to this."
Then the crowd cried out|
They pressed about the door,
and one man in the crowd eviden
tly an Italian, saw Chicco's little
daughter in the store crying, and
stepped to the door to speak, to
her, instead, one of Chico's
assestants came to the door and
began a conversation in Italian.
At this Chief Constable Gaillard
came to the door and taking the
man by his coat lapel, pushed him
out in the crowd, saying at the
"I haye told you people to keep
away from here and I mean to see
that you do it. Men, Iw?s born
and raised here in Charleston. I
am 'doing my duty. I have asked
you to keep back like gentlemen,
if- you don't do it I will have it
done. I have sent to Mr. Martin
to see if If I can get a policeman,
in stead of a wooden man. This
officer could keep this street clear
if he only hali tried. If I was a
policeman I could do it."
At this another of the constables
said. "Men, we are just doing our
duty. We are seeing that the law
ss obeyed, that's all. There is not
a man in this crowd that I don't
like, but I tell you we are not going
to give back a single inch."
At that moment a reporter asked
Mr. Gaillard if he would permit
him to see the papers for publica
tion. To this Mr. Gaillard posi
tively refused to assent. He refused
to impart any information what-,
When asked if he would say
what the next arrests would be, he
- ,lI suppose you think I'm insane?
You would think so, if told you
that wouldn't you?"
Then a short conference was
held between the constables and
Chicco's attorney, Mr. BisselJ,
which resulted in the drays being
unloaded and the vermicell being
restored to the establishment.
WANTED TO HUH THE FORCE*
The crowd that hung around
the neighborhood, and frequently
gassed the door of Chicco's place,
eviaently worried the constables,
and they approached Lieut
Mollenhauer, who was sitting on
his hoi se near by and instructed |
him to clear the street. Lieut. Mol
lenhauer declined to be instructed
in his duties, and let the constables
know that, as long as the citizens
did not obstruct the sidewalk, or
actually interfere with them, he
would not make any arrests.
Signed by Judge Ialar and dated
July 14th, says, that the place 83
Market street has been complained
of by A.W.Buchanan as a nuisance ;
that liquors, wines, etc., are openly
sold there in defiance of law ; and
directs that the constables take
charge?t once, diligently search
the premises, inventory all goods |
and chattels, and place them in
the custody of the sheriff. The
complaint is signed by A. W.
Buchanan, Assistant Attorney
Gene, al and W. St. J. Jervey,
Solicitor 1st circut.
It is authoritatively stated that ]
another arrest and confiscation
will be made this af ternoou.
HAD THEIR PICTUBES TAKEN.
During the morning an enter-1
prising photographer brought
down a camera with an instan
taneous shutter and made pictures j
of the constables as they appeared
at the doorway. They didn't seem
to relish this but the crowd cheereb
as each one was caught on the fly.
Af?e?atdlt?o??ybT aa old
phjilc lan. 9mt*mkjV?f) ?Md
month! y by tXovtandt of La- i
utica. Ii tho on' j- perfectly tai".
and reliable medicine duoor?
.red. Betrare of unprincipled
drasgtite who offer inferior
medicine? in place of tala. AA for Cooche Corroa
KooTOoaroum, take no rwtaifvJAorlneloaeaiaad
1 centa In pottage in letter, and we will lend, eeolert.
by return majL Fnll coaled particular?In piala
envelope, to ladles only, 8 ?tampa.
..Address - Poad Li lr Company,
.? ! No. I inner lilock, Detroit, jilth.
?t?T Sold in Edgefield by G. L. Penn & Son
ana druggists everywhere.
STATE OF SOU HI CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF EDGEFIELD
J. D. ALLEN, Esq., Prob' udge.
WHEREAS, Mrs. Virgi J Addi
son hath made si co me, to
grant ber Letters of ^ministration
of the estate and effects of John L.
THESE ARE, THEREFORE, to cile and
admonish all and singular the kindred
and creditors of the said John L. Ad
dison, deceased, that they be and ap
pear before me, in the Court of Pro
bate, to be held at Edgefield C. H., on
the 3d of August next, after pub! ?cation
hereof, at ll o'clock in the forenoon,
to show cause, if any they have, why
the said administration should not be
Given under my hand and seal this,
the 12t h day of July. A. D.,-v
1893. Published on the 19th L. a.
day of July, 1898, in the1-1
J. D. ALLEN, J. P. E. P.
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The Keeley Institutes establish
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The misleading establishments
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CURTIS J. JUDD, Sec. and Treas.
Dwight, 111., Dec.15,1892.
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contract with The Leslie E. Keeley
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regarding this contract and Dr.
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future has in store 'for the un
fortunate victims of Alcoholism,"
giving personal thanks to Dr.
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Morpnine, and Tobacco diseases,
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COLUMBIA, S. C.
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sad I was greatly reduced in flesh, and life
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Swire Briano Co., Atlanta, Ga.
ONE or more Connty Commissioners
will be at the Little Turkey Creek
bridge, on the Edgefleld road, August
5th next, to let said bridge for repairs
or to be erected anew-reserving the
right to reject any or all bids.
J. A. WHITE,
D. W. PADGETT,
J. W. BANKS,
Now is Your Time!
IHAVE been instructed by Mr. Fox
to announce to the public that our
handsome assortment of Watches,
Clocks, Jewelry, and Silv?-* -are must
go. regard less of price, iake room
for a large fall stock, as vre do not care
to move stock now on hand into new
quarters, Norris building.
- GEO. F. MIMS.
The undersigned is prepared
to do all kinds of furniture
Tables, Settees, Etc.
Work done at my house.
Patronage of tho public so
W. R. CO VAR,
EDGEFIELD, S. C.
Final Settlement andDis
NOTICE is hereby given, that appli
cation will be made to the Probate
Judge of Edgefleld County on Monday
the 17rh July prow, for a final dis
charge of of Mrs. F. P. Hammond as
Executrix of the estate of 0. T.. Cul
Sreth dece'd, and that a final settle
ment of said estate will be made on
Attorney for Executrix,
June 13th 1898.
W. L DOUGLAS
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B??t In the world?
If yw ?ut a floe DRESS SHOE, mada lathe tatet
Myles, doa't pay $6 to $8, try my $3, $3.5 0, $4.00 or
$3 Shoo. The* fit equal to custom made tad look and
mr at wei!. If yoe wish to aeooombe lo your footwear,
do so by purchasing W. L Douglas Shoes. Nama aad
price stamped on the bottom, look tor lt wheo yon bay
W. I~ DOUGLAS. Bracktoa, Mais.' Sold by
_EDGEFIELD. S. C._
Every Machine baa
a drop leaf, fancy cover, two large drawers,
with nickel rings, and full set of Attachment!,
equal to any Singer Machine sold from $40 to
$60 by Canvassers. The High Arm Machina
bas a self-setting needle and self-threading
shuttle. A trial in your home before payment
b asked. Buy direct of the Manufacturen
and save agents' profits besides getting certifi
cates of warrantee for five years. Send for
machine with name of a business man aa
reference and we will ship one at once.
CO-OPERATIVE SEWING MACHINE CO.
soz S. Eleventh St.. PHILADELPHIA, ?A.
?9? IF* I'AY TILE iJii:iGUT.-&.
Padgett Pays the Freight!
A large illustrated Catalogue abow
lag hundred* ?Idealen* of Furniture,
Stove? and Baby Carriage* wUl be
malled free. If you mention tala
paper. I will eel;
voa caa buy
aud pay tue
ctr', J out aa cheap M yon eau buy
them lu large cities.
freight to your depot.
Here are a few ??mutes: *
A Na 7 Oat topCooktog Slove with
20 cooking utensils, delivered to any
depot, for Sl? on
A 5-hole Cooking Bange with 20
cooking utensils, delivered to any
depot, for $18 00.
A larve line of Stoves In propor
tion. Special agent for Charter Oak
A nice Parlor Suit, upholstered In
?rood pluHb, fashionable colors, de
livered any where for fSO.03. Alargo,
line of Parlor Suits to select Irom.
A Bedroom Halt, large glass, big
bedstead, oaoioeed washstand, full
sui ta pico?; ebalra have cane seats,
delivered anywhere for ?3 00.
Other Hu Iu both cheaper and more
25 yds. of yd.-wlde Carpet for |7 50.
1 pair No til ogham Lace Curtains,
pol?, ^ ebal na, t hooks, M plas, all
? niee Window Shade, 7 ft. long, S
ft- wida, on spring roller?,with fringe
tor 30 oe nts.
Ito freight paid on Shades and Cur
tains onie?? ordered in connection
with other gooda. A
Send for CatalogoeTAddress
806 Broad Street, Augusta, Oft,
GEO. B. LAKE
- AND -
Ola ow Baot of EUI
PHOTOS R APHER.
All kinds of Pictures, Large and
Small, made at reasonable prices. This
s the best season for Childrens'
Subscribers to the ADVERTISER,
new or old, can obtain any of tho
following books at the prices given.
Send your name, postoffice, and
the amount to the ADVERTISER
office and thc order will be-filled,
and the book or books forwarded
to you, postage paid :
OUR STANDARD SERIES, 35CTS.
The Forsaken Bride.
Earl Wayne's Nobility.
. ILIA B. GARDNER.
A Woman's Wiles.
Rich 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 Kille Rangers.
The Wood Rangers.
Osceola, the Seminole.
The Headless Horseman.
The Wild Huntress.
Rangers and Regulators.
The White Gauntlet.
The White Chief.
The Hunter's Feast.
The War Trail.
The Tiger Hunter.
The Scalp Hunter. *
MARY Jj. HOLMES. .
Tempest and Sunshine.
The English Orphans.
Darkness and Daylight.
Alone. Nemesis. *
True as Steel. Sunnybank.
The Hidden Path. Moss Side.
Ruby's Husband. At Last.
MAY ACNES FLEMING.
Guy Earlscjurt's Wife.
A Wonderful Woman.
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.
A Struggle for a Ring.
OUR CRESCENT SERIES, 35GTS.
Twenty Years After.Alexander Dumas
The Three Guardsmen . . ** .* ?
Stephen Ellicott's Daughter . Mrs J H Need ell
The Story of Philip Methuen . " " **
The Count of Monte Cristo . Alexander Dumas
Edmond Dantes - Alexander Dumas
Queen's Whim..Rosa Nouch?tte Carey
When a Man's Single.J M Barrie
The Duchess of PowTsland .... Grant Allen
Amethyst.Christabel R Coleridge
My Lady Nicotine-James M Barrie
Auld Licht Idylls. " " " *.
A Window in Thrums, " " ..*
My Guardian.Ada Cambridge
Hidden Away.Etta W Pierce
The Three Miss Kings. Ada Cambridge
Averil.Rosa N Carey
Our Bessie... " " "
A Daughter of Heth.Wm Black
The Scarlet Letter..Nath'l HajEthc
Giraldi.Ross G Deer? ,g
Marooned.W Clark Russell
The Penuycomequicks.S Baring G ould
Mistress Beatrice Cope...M E LeClerc
Merle's Crusade..Rosa 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
The Search for Basil Lyndhurst... Rosa -arey
Cleopatra.H Kider Haggard
Knight Errand.Edna Lyall
?We Two. " a
The Man-Hunter.Dick Du novan
Little Mrs Murray.F C Phillips
Be Quick and Be Dead..Ophelia Hives
Miss Bretbertohn. .Mrs Murphy Ward
S rican Farm/" | <?live Schreiner) Ralph Iron
Col. Quaritch, V. C.. H Rider Haggard
Dora Thorne.Charlotte M Braeme
A Mere Child.L B Walford
Sylvia Arden.Oswald Crawford
Madame Midas.Fergus W Hume
Diana Barrington.. .Mrs John Croker
T Ja?e. Pa7k?f St' | > . Jn6- Blou.delle Burton
Edgefield, S. C.
RictaoBi &D ?mfi? RndCo.
SOUTH CAROLINA DIVISION.
Condensed Schedule, in effect January 17,1S9J.
Trains ran by 75th Meridian Time.
Lv New York.. 4^30PM 12.15nt 4.30PM
" Philadelphia 6.57 ? 8.50AM 6.57 "
.* Baltimore... 9.45 " 6.50 " 9.45 w
? Washington.12.00 " -11.10" 11.20 "
:120AM 3.00PM 3.00AM
f? Charlotte j
? Rock Hill...
" Winnsbcro. 4.40"
?yr Columbia j . Jg:
? Johnston. 8.12 "
" Graniteville . 8.55 "
Ar Augusta. 9.30"
"Charleston. 11.20 "
" Savannah. 6.30"
10.25 " 10.20 u
Lv Savannah.. 8.00AM
" Graniteville 1.32 "
? Columbia.. ?4$;
" Winnsboro. 5.37 "
"Rock Hill.. 8.07"
L?Charlotte.. \ f^uu
"Salisbury... 9.55 m
" Greensboro. 11.38AM
Ar Richmond.. 7.40 "
.< Washington 10.25 u
" Baltimore.. 12.05PM
" Philadelphia 2.20AM
" New York.. 4.50 "
6.00 " .
7.00 " .
7.55 " .
8.38 " .
8.62 ? .
10.40 " .
1060 " .
L2S " .
2.03 " .
8.36 "10.34 "
10.30 "12 00 "
9.46 " 8.38AM
11.36 " 10.08"
8.00 " 12 36 "
6.20 " 8.20PM
Liquor, Morphine, Tobacco, Etc
The liquor, morphine, and chloral
habits absolutely cured under guaran
:ee. Particulars given by Jetter or in
person at my office, which is open all
TOUTS of the day.
There is no use to go away from
lome and spend hundreds of dollars
'or treatment, when you can be cured
it home for a much smaller amount.
J. GLOVER TOMPKINS, M. D.
Edgefield, C. H., S. C.