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SILVE: : "VAST
The Latest Pattern in? Quadruple
These poods must r.ot ba confounded with
the ordin.try gooda which arc plated on le:id
and antimony and consequent iv turn black,
but they are quadruple silver on tine white
k ? m ?I
mct.'il ;>n'l will wear a lifetime. Tho agents of
the maau 'acturer, Knowing we can readily dis
poso oi :i lar :e quantity of these goods at the
terms we offer them, have named a price for
their, below thc regular wholesale rate, and
wc propi ! to sprices to induce our
readers to get os new subscribers.
Thc rot ls Ecffutex Breakfast or Tea size,
largo pot, tho Xray to hold tho sot bein? 14
Inches wido and very handsomely hand en
graved, as aro all tho Dieces. ?>
Tho full set, comprising a Tea Pot, Sugar
I?owl, Cream Pitcher, ?;:ooa Ilolder and
lray' WILL BE CIVEN FREE
to any ono send:.-.'; r.s .:") new paid-up yearly
subscript^:: , o?* : ?r 1-j nsw paid-up yearly sub
scriptions and S5.S0 in cash; or it will bc sold
to a subscriber Xor S11.W in cash. Sent by
This iii makes an cl2ga.1t Wedding Present.
This Quadruplo silver plated set, consisting
of a mug, Rogers spoon an I napkin ring. In a
plash lined decorated makes a lovely
present for a child. Ii is very durable, besides
bein?: very prc:ty. Wo will rive this free to
anyone sending us G new paid-up yearly sub
scriptions, or ;r>r 3 new paid-up yearly sub
scriptions and ?LO0 h cash; or wc will sell it
to a sub- criber for ?.-.:.'">. 8 ic. must bo s 'Med for
postaRo in ciL'Sii case, whether as a premium or
E?iffl KOLLEGE, -
Successors to Goo
<F. ? : z tts
815 & SAT Reynolds St
PERSONAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO A
Jf?J"" Libera] Cash Advances
ES, FIREARMS, SH
who will get usSubsc
you to readj
nn rilli isji
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- AND -
Nowadays nearly every man and boy ovns
or wants to own a Rifle. Hunting is always
popular and often a necessity. We have there
fore decided to add a Rifle and a Shot Gun to
rfl-s our numerous premium offers. Wo
? 13 want to interest overybody and every
class i:i our publication.
As in ether premiums, wo havo
sought out thc best articles to oiler in
this column, and have made very
favorable arrangements with the sell
ing agents, of thc Marlin Arma Co.,
which will enablo us to offer tho cele
to our reaiers as a premium at whole
sale prices. This Rifle has many ad
vantages ever other reheating rifles.
"Thc i:omt in which this arm
differs most from thc old style of re
peating rifles is that the
top of thc receiver is en
?r* '^i ?rely solid, tho empty j
Vi .vv \ shells being ejected
through an opening in
tho right hand side di
rectly over the loading
hole. In this system of
side ejecting tho empty
shells aro never thrown
into the face, never cross
the lino of sight or in
any other way intcrfcro
in taking aim for the
next shot, but are alwa: s ejected to the right
and away from tho shooter. Another great
advantago is that tho doing away with tho
opening on the top and the closing of the sido
slot by tho boic makes it impossible for any
rain, snow, falling leaves or dirt to get Into
14 ?n caso of a defectivo cartridge giving out
.tho head. o3 often happens from re
loading or from poor metal, no powder will
bc blown into tho face or eyes, as tho solid top
forms a perfect shield."
Tho Marlin Repeating Rifle ?3 made In sev
eral calibres, and any mako of cartridges of
tho samo marked calibro of tho riflo can bo
used for it.
This Rifle is made in the following sizes: 32,
33 and il calibre.
Tho Rifle wo offer as .- bown in this drawing
ls tie standard s:;:e, with pistol grip slock and
20 inch half octagon barrel, weight 7Hj pounds,
and holds 15 cartridges.
We will give this Rifle FREE
to any ono sending us 40 new paid-up yearly
subscriptions, or for 20 new paid-up yearly
subscriptions and $"-00 in cash added: or we
will sell tbio Rifle to a subscriber for
$14.00 in cash, express charges to bo paid
by thc receiver. Retail list prico of this Rifle
We offer an Imported Double
Barreled Shot Gun, by a Cele
brated Maker, FREE to
ON THE FOLLOWING TERMS.
This Double Barreled Gun has all tho latest
Improvements. Polished steel barrels, centre
fire, rebounding locks, case hardened mount
ings, full checkered pistol grip, solid plungers,
patent foro-er.d and rubber butt. Furnished
in 10 or 1? bore.
Wo will give this elegant Gun FREE
to any ono sending us 2d new paid-up yearly
subscriptions, or for 10 new paid-up yearly
subscriptions ?ind $7.00 in cash added: or wo
will 6ell it to a subscriber for only $12.00 In
cash. Sent, securely packed by express,
charges paid by receiver whether as a premium
This ls a rare ehance to get an imported Gun
at half prico.
IS H. CARLISLE, LL. D., President.
Two Full Courses,
ary expenses for one year. One Hundred
and Fifty Dollars
J, A. GAMEWELL,
Secretary of Faculty.
P. 13. TOBIN.
. R Sibley & Co.
trcct, AUGUSTA, GA.
LL BRANCHES OF OUR BUSINESS.
Made on sll Consignments.
TO OLD AND NI
libers can get any of
-T H E
Fashion High Arm Singer
Five Years Guarantee.
Delivered Railroad Frel?ht Paid.
Full Set of Finest Steel attachments,
in Plush Lined Case.
Our Finest Premium is without doubt tho
Fashion High Arm Singer Scwilift .Machine.
Tho " Singer " hos stood the test of 40 years
and made ti princely fortune for its inventor.
Tho " Fashion " Singer, however, is un im
provement on tho original m.ichmc. as it has
all modern improvements up to dato which
are known or found in a lint-class family sew
Thc automatic bobbin iriiutcr winds all sizes
of thread on the bobbin os ea-ily a? a BI>OOI o?
thread is wound, withcu: care or intention mi
the part of the operator, except I.J kcepiht'
treadle moving. Owing to i he machine harli g
what is termed a light ami Im** wheel, t!::
bobbin can be wound without running thc
working parts of the machine. Ti;is is quite
an advantage, as it does nut necessitate the re
moving of thc goods from underneath l!:c
presser foot, nor even unthreading the ma
The needle is short and straight, thus insur
ing great strength : it is also self-selling, re
quiring no care on the part of the operator.
The pressure on the sewing foot ia adjustable,
and whon the foot ?3 raised to remove the work
from tho machine, it brings into play the au
tomatic tension release. This takes tho ten
sion from tito thread, and the goods can be ro
moved from tho machino without bending the
necdlo or breaking the thread. Every operator
on old style machines will appreciate this
Each machine ls furnished with tho follow
ing accessories and attachments:
Oil can Ailed with oil, 13 needles, G bobbins,
trench, guide and guido screw, large and small
screw driver, instruction book, foot hemmer,
feller, ruffler, tucker, binder, and a set of 4
hemmers of assorted widths. Wo also furnish
M??irtiiP saussi?sii SMaaflaa ?
for five years, breakage of needles and shuttles I
excepted. This shows tho great confidenco wo
have in tho machine, which we justly claim to
bo tho best value for tho money ever offered.
How to obtain this Machine.-We
will send this machino FREE, freight
paid to nearest railroad depot, to any ono
Eliding us 40 yearly paid subscriptions, or for
?0 paid subscriptions and $10.00 in cash; sold
to subscribers only for $19.50 cash, railroad
freight paid. Tho regular retail price of this
machino is $35-00.
Tho following testimonials were furnished
ns by tho manufacturers :
LAFAYETTE Sraiccs, Quincy, Ky., under
dato of Juno ?l, 13'J2, writes : "I have one of
your High Arm Sewing Machines. Wo have
had it about 3 yeai?. and it has proven to bo
just as good as represented, lt is said to bo
one of the best machines in our neighborhood
by all who have seen it"
Miss SALLIE MCCLELLAN, Vanceburg, Ky.,
ander dato of June 22.1WJ2. writes : " I received
tho machine and ara delighted with it. It does
lovely work. There is not another machine in
our town for which I would willingly exchange
mino, lt is a perfect gem in itself. I think I
will bo able to send you somo orders by fall.
Everyone likes this ono so much."
HEN nv JORDAN, Millersburg, Ky., under
date of June 20,1SD2, writes: " Your Premium
Machine is tho best one I ever saw. I would
not give it for any of my neighbors', some of
whom have paid $G0 for their sewing machine.
I will tell all of my neighbors about your ma
A LUCKY PRESENT.
Tho Good Luck Coffee Spoon shown hero
bears all tho emblems of luck, namely, tho
four-leaf clover, horso shoe, wish bone, bow
knot and forget-me-nots. This spoon ls mado
of Solid Coin Silver. Ono of these spoons
makes a beautiful souvenir present
We will glvo ono of these
spoons free to any ono send
ing us C new paid-up yearly
subscriptions, or for 4 new
paid-up yearly subscriptions
and $1.25 in cash; or it will be
sold to a subscriber for $2.25 in
cash. 10c. postage must bo
added in each case.
Columbus Souvenir Tea
Spoons aro now all tho rage ;
everybody should have one.
We show a beautifully en
graved spoon, bearing an ex
cellent bust of Columbus and
engraving of the vessel of Co
lumbus landing on our shores.
--.This spoon is triplo silver
plat??uVoxidized, and tho bowl
is gold lined ; it will bo givon
freo for 2 new paid-up yearly
subscriptions orono new paid
up yearly subscription and 35c.
added ; or it will be sold for ?Oc. Sent postage
prepaid in each caso.
W. N. BURNETT,
Successor to GEO. B. LAKE,
CYCLONES FIRE INSURANCE.
Office over Bank of Edgefield.
HAVING bought thc above
stallion, he will stand thc
coming fall season, beginning
Sept. ist, at my farm, Curry
:oiv Edgefield Co., S. C., ten
niles north ol' Augusta. Ga.
Terms: Insurance, $25.00;,
II. A. SHAW,
Hamburg, S. C.
?HES, Etc. Somet?
these PREMIUMS .:
The Famous Elgin and Waltham Watches
are offered FREE to those d? our
readers who aro willing to go
to a little trouble to
It ls not necessary to use space in telling oar
readers what thc Elgin and Wall ham Watches
aro. Thc great American Elgin and Waltham
Watch Cos. aro known tho world over, and
their namo on a watch stamps it as first-class
and reliable in every particular.
These aro thc watches wc offer below, and wo
trust such of our readers who need a watch
will read our various offers carefully. We
haven't space to show the different patterns of
cases made (some 12-r>), but wc guaran teoihat
any watch purchased or obtained aa a p~r*f5n?ni
from us will be ol' exactly thc same valus and
description as tho sample shown, both as to
case and movement, although Ihe patterns of
tho case may vary; but ail tho designs of
Elgin and Waltham watches are beautifully
and artistically wrought, as becomes the repu
tation of these great companies.
The regular retail price tit the watches offer
ed below Is urarlySU p-.-r cent, nore than ours,
as wo parchase directly from the selling agents
of the manufacturers. An Elgin or Waltham
can be ordered its i!e- ir<vl.
KR A /-X ' / tim
? Thc case is mad?
; strengthened i::
! tion metal. The
i watch to wear U
Wc will give i
I prepaid, to any (
j paid-up yearly s
? yearly subscript
or wo will sell it
only Sl?i in cash.
No. 2 is a
! of solid gold in two plates,
tho centre with fine compost
manu! nc I ure rs guaran tee th is
ir fifteen \ ears.
.Ilia wateu. delivered charges
me who will tend BS 40 now
ibscriptioni?, or tor .' paid-up
ions and $9 in cash additional;
outright to a subscriber for
delivered prepaid In all cases.
ing casu or
open fuco i
Jeweled movement, stum winding and set-'
ting and all Improvements. This watch is
good enough fer anybody and is satisfaction
Itself. Many thousands in uss. *
Wo will deliver '.his watch, charges prepaid,,
free to any one w ho will send us 30 new pald-upj
yearly subscriptions,or for li paid-up yearly]
subscriptions and ;t>.50 cash additional; or wii I
sell it to a subscriber ior ?11.50 cash, deli verco'
free in each instance. ?
SPECIAL OFFER FOR LADIES. F
Our No. G is
be a u t i f u 11 y
c as & mad o
of two plates
of solid gold of,I
e led by a stitTfl
plato of fino,1
composition metal. The manufacturers
guarantee this case fc;r twenty years. The
works are genuine Waltham or Elgin, accord
ing to choice, which is a sufficient guarantee
of excellence, and are 7 jeweled, stem winding
and setting. A lovely presea for a lady.
Wo will give this watch free, delivered pre
paid, to any one sending us 40 new paid-up
yearly subscriptions, or for 20 new paid-up
yearly subscriptions and ?10 in cash added; or
It will be sold to a subscriber for $15.50 cash,
delivered prepaid in all instances.
is a solid silver Ladies' Elgin or
Waltham Walch, seven
jeweled, stem winding
and setting movement,
with ail the latest im
provements: will wear a
lifetime. The watch will
bo given free,
paid, to any one
sending us 19)
ti o w paid-up
or for IS
-i 'itT, i' j? lions, or for IS
' -? i :J y a ?. w paid-U|
vt-;- ': ry' \ j yearly subscrin
3558 ' K >.'. I fl Hons mid ftlLBO
lions and $C.u0
tho wntch will
be sold to any
$11.50 cash, de
in all instances.
Any of our readers, either lady or gentleman,
who Vant a reliable watch and who have a
little leisure time can readily get us the num
ber of su!iscripti'>.':s necessary to enable them
to get one of the a'iove standard watchem
without any twh outlay.
ALL THE SIGNS INDICATE
AV i I Ii i ii Sixty Dst.vs.
It is (lie pari of wisdom (hon to store
your cotton. The Edgeiield Ware
lim's". rijrlttul list1 Cumberland Gap
dept'!, will Un lins far yt*II on very
ren.?onnhie terms.! My repivcit?a?ive
nt. Ttdgel?eld will bn glad to give yon
all t Me informai ion desired.
J. S. MOORE,
Leasee KdgelleJd Warehouse.
. . .
OF THIS PAPER,
ling for Everybody.
SIZE, 59$ x 4?$ x 4J4 INCHES.
ls the Latest and Most Wonderful
Invention in Photography.
With tliis Camera any man, woman or child
can take pictures of anybody or anything
equal to the work of any '$25.00 Camera in the
No dark room or practice ls necessary, as the
Camera can bo loaded in broad daylight by
merely dropping in a light-proof ulm cartridge,
and these curt riges can bc sent by mail to the
factory or taken to any photo goods dealer or
photographer lo have the pictures imished, or
you can finish tlicm yourself.
THE PREMIUM CAMERA
ls made and finished in the best manner, with
polished i-h'-rry ease, and has a:i achromatic
lens which Insulto take pictures at any dis
tance from eight feel up, and is self-focusing.
Full Direction? are sent in a little book
with each Camera. Thc Premium Camera Is
sent already loaded, and extra cartridges can
be ordered from tho factory (the address ls
; given with tue Camera) ut CO cents each, post
age 3 cents extra.
Our Terms for this Camera arc as fol
t Wo will give ono of these Cameras already
, loaded for immediate use FHEE io anyone
sending us-(J new paid-up yearly subscriptions
I to this paper, or for lu iwve paid-up yearly snb
; Boriptionsand ?3.00hi cash; or a euboeribcr
: can buy a Camera for only $G.00. Strnt pre
' paid for 40 cents additional, whether a3 a
i premium or parc Imf e.
I As an evidence of real merit wo would state
I that it ls thc Camera nsed by tho artists and
: reporters of one of the largest New York morn
j ing papero in making a'l thc local views that
. are reproduced in its columns.
I The following testimonials to tliemanufac
', tarers ewak volumes tor this wonderful lillie
Gentlemen-My Camera continues to ?ive
entire satisfaction. 1 am obtaining excellent
results. Very truly yours,
(Signed) W. F. BATZEK.
Sirs-Have made several fino negatives with
your Camera and think it about as good as any
Instantaneous instrument I havo ever used.
(Signed) C. W. HARTTIOLAJIEW.
Gentlemen-Too much cannot bc said of the
little Camera. I have more than 14 dozen pic
tures and have had but ono bad une and
HittHraj my eva fcalt. Since I teffrted vcuv
Camera I have had lt with mo on my waeel
wherever I go, and it ls a little gem. If I could
not get another I would not lake $50.00 for lt.
Very truly yours,
(Signed) M. S. KAL?RT.
Brooklyn. N. Y.
Gentlemen-I think tho Camera is great. I
cnn Wm out just as good work with it ns I can
willi Eastman's Kodak of same size, which
sells for $2?.(>'? ill :-omo places. I am a profes
sional photographer and know a little about it.
(Si;;ncd) FllANK G. SQCIER.
Wo havo arranged with tho selling agents of
the justly celebrated firm of Hogers & Hamil
ton, whose goods havo a world-wido reputa
tion, and wero purchased exclusively by the
World's Fair Commissioners for use in tho
^Administration Building of tho World's Fair
at Chicago, lr> offer to our subscribers the pro
duction of this concern at wholesale prices. A
glance at tho terms wo offer theso magnificent
wares at will no doubt create astonishment
and causo an enormous demand for them.
These aro not Cheap John goods, poorly plated,
but aro all heavy triplo silver plato on steel or
white metal and will last a lifetime, as thero Is
an extra thickness of silver where the most
wear comes on a spoon or fork. This ls not
done by any other manufacturer.
Solid Handle Steel Knives.
WARRANTCO I? OWTS. SILVER TO CAO M DOUN
Forks to match. Half dozen of either knives
or forks given free for 10 now yearly sub
scriptions, or sold to subscribers for $3.00. One
dozen, $5.85. Retail price of theso goods is
$8.25 per dozon. Postage Drepald In all cases.
KNIFE, FORK AND SPOON.
TRIPLE SILVER PLATO.
Set, packed in fancy lined box, given free for
5 yearly subscriptions. Sold to subscribers for
$1.75. Sent securely packed, postage prepaid.
Sugar Spoon ?13 Butter Knife
EXTRA PLATE. SPOON COLD LINED.
Set, packed in fancy lined box, given free for
5 yeariy subscriptions. Sold to subscribers fox
$2.00. Malled, prepaid, to any address.
GEO. B, LAKE
(ls? over Mt of Meld.
Liquor, Morphine, Tobacco, Ktc.
The liquor morphine, and chloral
habit* nh 'olntcly mired imd^r guaran
tee. Particulars given by'etrerorin
person al my oiliiv, which is open all
hours d' the day.
There is no us? lo go away from
hom* and .-?I??-I hundreds of dollars
tot* I n'ai melli, when you can be cured
ai homo for a ?mich smaller amount.
J. GLOVER TOMPKINS, M. T).
Edgefield, C. H., S. C.
Are the leading and most success!al specialists oa?
Ml give you help.
Young and mid
dle ?ged mea.
sults have fellow
ed our treatment.
Many year? o?
varied and success
In thc use of cura
tive mcthod3 that
control for all dis
orders cf mee who
jgaftwhavo weak, untie
jigiigivveloped or dis
^?^-iicased organs, or
' =?who are suiTcrlne
Jwlrcm errors or
Knyouth and excess
". y-'-the scorn of theft
"yr^fcllows and the
fg&S'' contempt of their
friends and cox
pantons, lends u
to guarantee to all patients. If they can possibly
be restored, our own exclusive treatment
will afford a cure.
WOUEVI Don't yon want to get cured of that
weaUnei? with a treatment that you can use at
home without instruments? Our wonderful treat
ment has cured others. Why not you? Try lt.
CAT A. HUH, and diseases of tho Skin, Blooi,
Heart, Liver and Kidneys.
STPHIX.?S-The most rapid, ?afo and effective
remedy. A complete Cure Guaranteed.
SKIX DISEASES of all kinds cured where
many others have failed.
TBTXATTttAIi DISCHARGES promptly
cured In a few days. Quick, sure and safe, Thu
nciudes Gleet and Gonorhcca.
TRUTH AND FACTS.
"We have cured cases of Chronic Diseases th*
lave failed to set cured ot thc hauds of other specie
ats and medical Institutes.
-^ Trr\f r.^nrcT.Tt thnt thprp |8 hope
tor You. C.msuit no other, as you may waste valuable
time. Obtain our treatment at once.
Beware of free and Cheap treatments. We give
thc best and most scientific treatment at mortcraf
prices-as low as can bc done for safe and sktllft'
treatment. FREE consultation at tlicoiDcer
by mall. Thorough examination and careful dlat
no?U. Ahorne treatment can bc given In a rmjorlty
of cases. Send for Symptom Blank Ko. 1 for Men:
K?. 2 for Women : No. 8 for Skin Diseases. All corre
spondancc answered promptly. Business strictly con
Diusntlsl. Entire treatment seat freo from obberva
tluo. Refer to our patients, banks and business men
Address or call on
OR. HATHAWAY & CO.
ra i-a South Broad S peet, ATLANTA GA
IWILL be at the following places,
on the days and datos named,
for the purpose of collecting taxes.
The levy fer the pnsfiil fiscal year
is ?ts follows: For Staf^ tax, 54
mills; Ordinary county, 1$ mills;
BriUgf, ? mills; Court expenses,
g nilli* ; School tux,2mille; Total
mills, \0l A poll tax of $1.00 on
all h?lle citizens between the ages
of 21 and 50.
Ther* is a special tax of 2A-mills
tm all property in the corporate
limits of the town nf Ei'ge'ield,
including railroad property, to pay
interest on the bonded debt of the
town, Also, a special tax of 3
niiils for pchoi 1 purposes on all
properly in the Ridge Spring
.School Dist rici, including railroad
propi rlv. Also, a special tax of
oOr min's on all property in Shaw
Township, and that portion of
Trenton School District formerly
belonging to Shaw Township in
cluding all the property of the C.,
C. & A. R. R. and the* C., C. G. &
C. R. K. in said township and
sch- ol district, levied to pay one
animal instalment and interest on
bonds issued to aid in the construc
tion of the C., C. G. & C. R. R.
Also, u special tax of 3 mills for
school purposes on all property in
Union Grove School District:
Trenton. Monday, Oct. 16
K"huston, Tuesday, **'rl7
Vaids. Wednesday,Sthtill ism
Ridge Spring, Wednesday, " afr I pm
Holstein's Cross Ronds. Thursday, Oct. 19
-Mount Willing, Friday, ?. 20
I Watson's Store, Saturday, " 21
Forrest's Store, Monday, '.' 23
L_C. Canglitnan's, Tuesday, " 24
Coleman's Cross Roads, Monday,
A.P. Colcmrn's, Tuesday,
O wdo.iot, Wednesday,
A S Wert-, 1'richly, '
Stevens Bros, Saturday,
Williams Mill. Monday.
Kirkseys, Tuesday " 7
Ito.:)!, " Wednesday, " t>
CallisOUS, Thursday, " ?
Minors. Friday, " 10
Longniircs, Saturday, ,k ll
I'lutn Branch, ', Monday, u 13
Parksvillc, Tuesday, " 14
Modoe. Wednesday, " 15
Clarks Hill, Thursday,' " i5
Holder's Snap, l-'riday. 41 17
Colliers, Monday, " 20
Ked ill. Tuesday, 21
Ojiarles, Wednesday, 221I till ism
Pleasant Laue. Thursday, Nov. 23
Meeting Street, Friday 24
From the 25tb of Nov., until
the 31st of Dec. at the Treasurer's
office at Edgefield C. H., after!
timelS percent, penalty will be
added to all delinquents.
W. L. STEVENS,
Treasurer E. C.
PADGETT PAYS THE FREIGHT
Why Tay rxtrerne Frices for Coods!
Send for Catalogue and See What You Can Safe I
(? 1 con on- rilli?
IJ i LI OAZ
BSD200H SOT -con
sisting nf Hiirvnu,
Redstead vt Wash
I st nod-worth $25;
PRICE NOW $15
100 other Bedroom
I Suits, "ll prices.
Just to introduce them.
No freight paid on this Or
gan. Guaranteed to be a
good organ or money re
Elegant Plush PARLOR SUITS, consisting
ol Sofa, Arm Chair, Hocking Chair, Divan,
nnd 2 side Chairs -worth $45. Will deliver
lt to your depot for $33.
This No. 7
A$55 BOTTOM MACHINE
willi all itlluHiments, for
delivered lo your depot.
.**Tho regular price of this
iJUGGY ls 05 lo 75 dollars. "
flic manufacturer pays nil
Hie expenses nnd I sell t hem
to you for ?42.'7S
and guarantee every one a
bnrsiiln. No freight paid
on thia Buggy
ed to your
Send for catalogues of Kum ll ure, Cooking
Stoves, Baby Carriages, Bicycles, Organs, Pi
anos. Ten Sets. Dinner Sets, Lamps, ?fcc, nod
SAVE MONEY. Address
UNTIL further notice, wc
will buy Cotton delivered
at Langley, S. C., at Augusta
market prices on cia)- of de
livery. Will not buy anything
below Strict Low Middling.
THOMAS BARRBTTJ Jr.,
Pres't Langley M'fg Co.
Cornel-: Broad and. McIntosh Streets.
CAWS TVTT -T .SS,
ai Allia Coil Gins and
Large SM oft Epies, Ctjeap ar>a Goofl.
D A DH ? IRON WORKS AND
DMriU ( SUPPLY COMPANY.
A-TTGrTJSTA., Gr A.. .
Machinery and Supplies. Repairs, etc., Quickly Made.
?fi*?- Get our Prices before you buy.
For Inventions Procured by the
PRESS CLAIM COMPANY,
Equal with the interest of those having claims against the Gov
I ernment is that of INVENTORS, who often loee the benefit ef via
ble inventions because of the incompetency or inattention of the at
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Honorable discharged soldiers and sailors who served nineiy days,
or over, in the late war, are entitled, if now partially or wholly diabled
for ordinary manual labor, whether disability was caused by service
or not, and regardless of their pecuniary circumstances.
Widows of such soldiers ?nd sailors are entitled (if not remarried)
whether soldier's death was duo t?^ervice or not, if now dependent
upon their own labor for support. Widows not dependent upon their
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Children are entitled (if under sixteen in almost all cases where
therr* was no widow, or she has since died or remarried.
Parents are entitled if soldier left neither widow nor chi ld.provided
soldier died in service, o* from effectsof service, aixTfhey are now de
pendent upon their own labor for support. It makes no difference
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Soldiers of the late war, pensioned under one law, may apply for
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Thousands of soldiers drawing from $2 to $10 per month under
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Mexican War soldiers and their widows also entitled, if sixty-two
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Old claims completed and settlement obtained whether pension
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