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SILVER B: E SF;
Tho Lr.test Pattern in Quadruple j
The?? goods n I not be confounded with
the ordinary goods which aro plated on lead
and antimony and consequently tum black,
but they aro quadruple silver on ?ne white
r.t! will wear a lifetime. Tho agents of i
tr ?. knowing we can reaoilydto
pose oi' :. <..:.uiiity of these goods at tho
terrys we offer them, nave named a price for
then ' ?' r '.-.!.-.r wholesale rate, and
we ir (prices to induce oar
reader;: :??> i:e: . : ev/ s^'ocri'oers.
The set is Regular Breakfast or Tea size.
largo pot. tho Tray to hold the set being 14
inches wide and very handsomely hand en
graved, as are all tho pieces.
Tho lui' set, comprises a Tea Pot, Si:gar
How!, Creina Pitcher, Spoon I?ouler and
V/?LL BE GIVEN FREE
to any one ; ? new paid-up yearly
subscriptions, or for 1G a tv paid-up yearly sub
scriptions and ??.r<0 in cash; or it win be sold
to a subscriber for $11.00 in cash. Sent by
This Sci m?.!:c: an ciejant Wedding Present
This quadruple silver plated set, consisting
of a : :.: -, Q and napkin ring, in a
plush lined decorated case, stakes a lovely
present for a child. Tt is very durable, besides
being vt ry ] n tty. Wo will give this free to
any one sending us G new ; . l-up yearly sub
scriptions, or mr ?t r '?" ' i-l-up ycrriy sub
Rcriptions an I SI. li r wo wiU sell it
to a subscriber fur 30c. must be added for
postage :':i each case, i /bother as a pre;;..'um or
.TOPP- ~r.T7 nnn
SR ART AN E U 'IQ, S. C.
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PERSONA ii ATTENTION GIVES TO A
ggrr Li Wal Oa'ffli Aflvaricns
. . .
ES, FIREARMS, SI]
who will get us Subs?
you to read
Nowadays nearly every man and boy owns
or wants to own a Rifle. Hunting is always
popular and often a necessity. Wo have there
fore decided to add a Rifle and a Shot Gun to
our numerous premium offers. Wo
want to interest everybody and ovcry
class in our publication.
As in ether premiums, wc havo
sought out Hie best articles to offer in
this column, and have mado very
favorable arrangements with thc sell
ing agent:, of the Marlin Arms Co.,
which ?rill enable U3 to offer tho celc
tc our readers as a premium at whole
sale prices. This Rifle lias many ad
vantages over other repeating rifles.
"Tho point in which this arm
Ijp^jiiffers most from tho old.style of re
peating rifles is that the
top of tho receiver is cn
tircly solid, tho empty
^ -'^^X shells being ejected
through an opening in
tho right hand sido di
rectly over tho loading
hole, in this system of
side ejecting tho empty
shells arc never thrown
into tlie face, never cross
tho line of sight or in
any other way interfere
in taking aim for tho
ne*-t shot, but aro always ejected to tho right
and away from tho shooter. Another great
od von tags ?3 that tho doing away with tho
opening on thc top and the closing of the side
slot by tho bolt makes it impossible for any
rain, snow, falling leaves or dirt to get Into
" In case of a defective cartridge giving ont
around tho head, as often happens from re
loading or from poor metal, no powder will
bo blown into tho face or eyes, as tho solid top
forms a perfect shield."
Thc Marlin Repeating Rifle is mado in sev
eral calibres, and any mako of cartridges of
tho sanio marked calibro of tho riflo can bo
used for it.
This Rifle is made in tho following sizes: 32,
C3 and ?1 calibre.
The Riflo we off er as shown in tin's drawing
is thc standard si::c, with pistol grip stock and
20 inch half octagon barrel, weight pounds,
and holds 15 cartridges.
We will give -this Rifle FREE
to any one sending us 40 new paid-up yearly
subscriptions, or for 20 new paid-up yearly
subscriptions and $7.00 in cash added; or we
will Bett thia Rifle to a subscriber for
?1-&.00 in cash, express charges to bo paid
by thc receiver. Retail list price of this Rifle
We offer an Imported Double
Barreled Shot Gun, by a Cele
brated Maker, FREE to
ON THE FOLLOWING TERMS.
This Doublo IJarrcled Gun has all tho latest
improvements. Polished steel barrels, centre
fire, rebounding locks, case hardened mount
ings, full checkered pistol erip, solid plungers,
patent fore-end and rubber butt- Furnished
in 10 or IS hore.
Wo will give ?his elegant Gun FREE
to any om; .sending us 2U new paid-up yearly
subscriptions, or for 10 new paid-up yearly
subscriptions and $7.00 in cash added: or we
will sell ?it to a subscriber for only $12.00 in
cash. Sent, securely packed by express,
charges paid by receiver whether as a premium
This is a rare khaaco to get an imported Gun
at half price.
ES H. CARLISLE, LL. D., President.
Two Full Courses.
-:iry expenses for one yea One Hundred
and Fifty Dollars.
J. A. GAMEWELL,,
Secretary of FaCttlty.
P. B. TOBIN.
. R> Sibley & Co.,
trect, AUGUSTA, GA.
LL BRANCHES OF OUR B USINES?.
Made on all Consign monta.
TO OLD AND NI
L VERWARE, WATC
Bribers can get any of
Fashion High Ann Singer ;
Five Years Guarantee.
Delivered Railroad Freight Paid
Full Set of Finest Steel Rttachsiems,
in Plush Lined Case.
Our Finest Premium is without doubt tho
Fnshion High Arm Singer Sewing1 Machine.
The " Singer " has stood thc test of 40 years
and made a princely fortune for its inventor.
Thc "Fashion" Singer, however, is an im
provement on the original machine, as it has
all modern improvements up to dato which
aro known or found In a first-class family sew
Thc automatic bobbin winder winds all size*
of thread on thc bobbin as nully as a spool of
thread is wound, without care or attention on
the part of the operator, except I? keep ilia
treadle moving. Owing to i he machine haring
what is termed a light anti loose whee!, thc
bobbin can be wound without running tho
working parts of thc machine. Thia is quite
an advantage, as lt dors not necessitate the re
moving of tho goods from underneath the
presser foot, nor oven unthreading the ma
The needle is short and straight, thus Insur- )
ing great strength : it is also self-setting, re
quiring no care on the part of the operator.
The pressure on tho sewing fool is adjustable,
and when tho foot is raised to remove the work
from^the machine, it brings into play tho au
tomatic tension release. This takes tho ten
sion from the thread, and tho goods can be re
moved from the machino without bending the
needle or breaking the thread. Every operator
on old stylo machines will appreciate this
Each machine ls furnished with the follow
ing accessories and attachments:
Oil can filled with oil, 12 needles, 6 bobbins,
wrench, guide and guide screw, largo and small
screw driver, instruction book, foot hemmer,
feller, ruffler, tucker, binder, and a set of 4
hemmers of assorted widths. We also furnish ,
a written guaranteo warranting the machine
for fivo years, breakage of needles and shuttles
excepted. This shows tho great confidence we ?
have in the machine, which we justly claim to
bo tho best value for thc money ever offered.
How to obtain this Machine.-Wo
will send this machino FREE, freight
paid to nearest railroad depot, to a:iy ono
sending us 40 yearly paid subscriptions, or for
20 paid subscriptions and $10.00 In cash ; sold
to subscribers only for $19.00 cash, railroad
freight paid. Tho regular retail prico of this
machine is $35.00.
Tho following testimonials were furnished
us by tho manufacturers:
LAFATETTE SPIUGGS. Quincy, Ky., under
date of Juno 24, 18!ti, writes : "I have one of
your High Arm Sewing Machine*. Wo have
Lad it about 0 years, and it has proven to bo
just ns good ns represented. It is said to bo
one of the best machines in our neighborhood
by all who have seen it."
Miss SALLIE MCCLELLAN, Vanceburg, Ky.,
under date of June 22,18B& writes : " I recoived
tho machine and am delighted with it. It does
lovely work. There is not anot lier machino in
our town for which I would willingly exchange
minc. It is a perfect gem in Itself. I think I
will bo able to send you some orders by falL
Evr>ryono likes this ono so much."
HENRY JORDAN, Millersburg, Ky., under
date of June 2G 16U2, writes: " Your Premium
Machine is tho best one I ever saw. 1 would
not give it for any of my neighbors', some of
whom have paid $60 for their sewing machine.
I will tell all of my neighbors about your ma
A LUCKY PREi^NT.
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 is made
of Solid Coin Silver. Ono of these spoons
makes a beautiful souvenir present.
Wo will givo ono of these
spoons free to any one send
ing us 0 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 $2.23 in
cash. 10c. postage- must bo
added in each case.
Columbus Souvenir Tea
Spoons are 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 tho vessel of Co
lumbus landing on our shores.
This spoon is triple silver
plated, oxidized, and tho bowl
is gold lined; it will bo given
free for 2 now paid-up yearly
subscriptions orono now paid
up yearly subscription and 35a
added ; or It will Ixs sold for 00c. Sent postage
prepaid in each case.
W. N. BURNETT,
Successor to GEO. B. LAKE,
Office over Bank of Edgefield.
HAVING bought the above
stallion, he will stand thc
coming fall season, beginning
Sept, ist, at my farm. Curry
ton, Edgefield Co., S. C., ten |
miles north of Augusta, Ga.
Terms: Insurance, $25.00;
H. A. SHAW,
JHES, Etc. Somet?
ium co urnr
The Famous Elgin and Waltham Watches
are offered FREE to those of our
readers who are willing to go
to a little trouble to
It ls not ncccFsnrv to use snaco In telling onr
readers what tho Elgin and Waltham Watches
are. The great American EJgin and Waltham
Watch Cos. are known the world over, and
their name on a watch stamps it as first-class
and reliable in every particular.'
These are the watches we oiler below, and wo
trust such of our readers who need a watch
will read our various offers carefully. We
haven't space to show thc different patterns of
cases made (some 125), but we guarantee that
any watch purchased orob'tained asa premium
f^jm us will be of exactly the same value and
description as the scrapie shown, both as to
case and movement, although tho patterns pf
the caso may vary; but all the designs of
Elgin and Waltham watches aro beautifully
and artistically wrought, as becomes the repu
tation of these creat companies.
Tho regular retail price of thc watches offer
ed below-is nearly 50 per cent, more than ours,
as we parchase directly from the selling agenta
of the manufacturers. An Elgin or Waltham
can be ordered as desired.
Thc case is rhadc of solid goid in two plates.
Strengthened ir. the centre with fine composi
tion metal. The manu ?'act nrers guarantee this
wptch to we:ir for fifteen years.
We will ^'ivo thia watch, delivered charges
prepaid, to any one who will send us 40 new
paid-up yearly subscriptions, or for 25 paid-up
yearly subscriptionR and $9 in'cash additional;
or we will sell lt outright to a subscriber for
only Sit! In cash, delivered prepaid in all cases.
No. a is a \ ins ca?i0 or
eolid Silver /V^^NA ?P;,n face as
ElginorWal- ff \\ desi-vJistato
thom watch, ff ^-m. \\ w iiioh); with I
either hunt- I \ /i//||l\\Mi I 1 accurate,
jeweled movement, glen) winding and set
ting and ni! improvements. Tins w; tch la
good enough for anybody and is satisfaction
Itself. Many thousands infuse. ii
AVe will deliver this watch, chargea prepaid,!
free to any one who will send us 30 new pafd-npj
yearly .ubscrlptions, orfor 15 paid-up yearly]
subscriptions and $0.50 cash additional: or wi] |
sell it to a subscriber for $1L50 cash, delivcrcu ,
free in each instance. '
SPECIAL OFFER FOR LADIES.
Our No. s is
of two plates
of solid gold of,
st mdard<iun -
e led by a siiffj
plato of fino
composition metal. Tho manufacturers
guarantee this case for twentv years. Tue
works are genuine Waltham or ?lgin, accord
ing to choice, which is a sufficient guarantee
of excellence, and are 7 jeweled, stein winding
and setting. A lovely present for a lady.
Wo will give thit) watch free, delivered pre
paid, to any one sending us 40 new paid-up
yearly subscriptions, or for 20 new paid-up
yearlv subscriptions and S10in cash added; or
lt will be sold lo a subscriber for'S13.5U cash,
delivered prepaid in all instances..
?No. 7 is a solid silver Ladies' Elgin or
Waltham Watch, seven
jeweled, stem winding
and' totting movement,
with ail i he latest fni
.provenicnts ;' will wear a
lifetime. Thc watch will
be given free,
paid, tu any one
scuding us 30
li o w paid-up
tions, or for Iii
i u w pnid-u]
tions and $0.50
tho watch will
be sold to any
$11.50 cash, de
In all instances.
Any of our readers, either lady or gentleman,
who "want a reliable watch and who have il
little leisure time cnn,.readily get us thc num
ber of sul.scrlptiiii.a necessary to enable them
to cet one of Ilse above Htandard watcher,
without, any cash outlay.
ALL THE SIGNS INDICATE
Within Sixty Days.
It is Min part of wisdom then lo si ore
your collnn. The Edgefleld Ware
house, righi al the Cumberland Gap
depot, will do this for you bri very
reasonable tenus. My representative
at Edgefield will be glad to give you
all I he information desired.
j. s. MOORE;
Loasen Ei!g'?h"eJd \Jj?arph"jise.
OF THIS PAPER.
ling for Everybody.
SIZE, 69$ X <Y\ X V? INCHES.
Is the Latest and Most Wonderful
Invention in Photography.
With this Camera any man, woman or child
can tako pictures of anybody or anything
equal to the work of any $25.00 Camera In tho
j . No dark room or practico ls necessary, as the
? Camera can bo loaded in broad daylight by
I merely dropping ina light-proof illm cartridge,
and these curtriges can bc sent by mail to thc
factory or taken to any photo goods dealer or
photographer to have tho pictures i'.nished, or
you can finial) them yourself.
THE PREMIUM CAMERA
ls made and finished in the best manner, with
?>olislicd cherry case, and has an achromatic
ens which is get to take pictures nt any die*
j tancc from eight feet up, and is self-focusing.
Full Directions are sent in a little book
\ with each Camera, Tho Premium Camera ls
; tent already, loaded, and extra cartridges can
: be ordered from tho factory (the address ls
; given with Hit' ('amoral al CO cents each, post
age 3 cents extra.
! . Our Terms for this Camera aro as fol
Wo will give ono of these Cameras already
I loaded fur immediate usu FREE ?to any one
?ending US ?SU nev paid-up yearly subscriptions
! to tills paper, ur for IO new paid-up yearly sub
scriptions und J'UM in cash; or a subscriber
can buy a Camera for only S?.O0. yent pre
paid for 40 ce:.ts additional, whether as a
premium or parchare,
i As an evidence of real merit wo would sKito
. that it ls the Camera used hythe artists and
. reporters of one of the largest New York morn
; lng papers in making all tho local views that
! aro reproduced in Its columns.
The following testimonials to the manufac
turers speak volumes for this wonderful little
Gentlemen-.My Camera continues to give
entire satisfaction. I am obtaining excellent
results. Very truly yours,
(Signed) W. F. BATZEIL
Sirs-Havo made several Ano negatives with
your Camera and think it about as good as any
Instantaneous instrument I have ever Used.
(Signed) C. W. BARTHOUAMEW.
Gentlemen-Too much cannot be said of tho
little Camera. I have more than 14 dozen pic
tures and have had but ono bad one and
that was my own fault. Since 1 have had your
Camera I have had it with me on my wneel
wherever I go, and lt is a llttlo gem. If I could
not get another I would not take $50.00 for it
Very truly yours, .
(Signed) M. S. KAUTHI.
Brooklyn. N. Y.
Gentlemen-I think tho Camera is great. I
can turn out just as good work with it as 1 can
with Eastman's Kodak of same size, which
sells for $90.00 In soruo places. I am a profes.
sional photographer and know a little about lt.
(Signet.) FIIANK G. SQU?EIL
We have arranged with the selling agents of
tho justly celebrated (inn of Rogers & Hamil
ton, whose goods have a world-wide reputa
tion, and were purchased exclusively by the
.World's Fair Commissioners for use in tho
jAdministration Building of tho World's Fair
at Chicago, to offor to our subscribers the pro
duction of this concern at wholesale prices. A
glance at the terms wo offer these 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 triple silver plate on steel or
while metal and will last a lifetime, as there ls
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.
WAR RANTS O 1? DWTS. BILVKR TO BACH DOIIN
Forks to match. Half dozen of either knives
or forks given free for 10 new yearly sub
scriptions, or sold to subscribers for $3.00. One
dozen, $5.83. Retail price of these goods is
$8.25 per dozen. Postage prepaid in all cases.
KNIFE, FORK ANO SPOON
TT.IPLE SILVER PLATE.
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 ??3 Buttel* Knife
EXTRA PLATE. SPOON COLO LINED
Set, packed In fnncy lined box. given free for
5 yearly subscriptions. Sold to subscribers for
$5.00. Mailed, prepaid, to any address.
GEO. B. LAKE
- AND -
Office over Bank o? Edge?cli
Liquor, Morphine, Tobacco, Etc.
Thc liquor morph i no, and chloral
habits absolutely Mired nuder guaran
tee; Particulars given by'etter or in
person nt my*nflice, which is open all
hours of the day.
There is no use to go away from
home mid spend hundreds of dollars
for treatment, when you can be cured
al home l'or a much smaller amount.
J. GLOVER TOMPKINS, M. D.
Edgofleld, C. H., S. C.
Are the leodlnj: and most successful specla?*ti and
viii give you help.
Young: and mid
dle aged men.
sults bave follow
ed our treatment.
Many yean of
varied and success
In thc use of cura
Uve methods that
we alone own and
control for all dis
orders of mee who
?mhave weak, unde
"%:veloped or dis
seised-, organs, or
Who are suffcrlne
from errors or
youth and exec?
or who arc nervous
the acorn of thelt
if el lows and the
contempt of their
friends and con.
panions, leads u
to rtiarante? to all patient?. If they can possibly
be restored, oar own exclusivo treatment
will afford a cure.
WOMEX! Don't you want to get oared of that
weakness with a treatment that you can use at
home without Instruments? Our wonderful treat
ment has cared others. Whynot you? Try lt.
CATARRH, and diseases of the Skin, Blood,
Heart, Liver and Kidneys.
BTPiliLiIS-Thc most mnld, safe and effective
remedy. A complete Care Guaranteed.
SKIN" DISEASES of all kinds cared where
many others have failed. ;
trVMATTJRAL DISCHARGES promptly
cared In afew days. Quick, sure and safe. Thu
neiudes Gleet and Gonorhcea.
TRUTH ANO FACTS.
We have cared cases of Chronic Diseases tri
jave failed to get cured at the hands o? other specie
aw and medical Institute?.
_---a?.REMEMRER that there Is hope
'or Yon. Consult no other, as you may waste valuable
time. Obtain our treatment at once.
Beware of free and cheap treatments. We give
che best and most scientific treatment at mod?r?t'
prices-as low ns cnn bc dore for safe and sklllfc
treatment. FREE consultation at tho o tile e:
by mall. Thorough examination and careful dla.,
nosls. Ahorne treatment can bc given la amijotltj
of casca Send for Symptom Blank Ko. 1 fur Men;
N'o. I for Women : No. 3 for 8kln Diseases." All corre
ipondence answered promptly. Business strictly con
?dentUL Entire trcarment sent free from observa
tloD. Refer to our patients, banks and business mea
Address or call on
OR. HATHAWAY & CO.
ra i-a South Broad S'-eet, ATLANT'. ?*
IWILL be at the following places,
on the days and dates named,
for the purpose of 'collecting taxes.
The levy for-the present fiscal year
is as follows: For State tax, o-h
mills; Ordinary courtly; 1| mills;
Bridge, I mills; Court expenses.
? milli j School tux, 2 mills; Total
mills, 10$. A poll tax of $1.00 on
all mule citizens between the ages
of 21 and 50.
There is a special tax of 21 mills
on all property in the corporate
limits of the town of Edgeleld.
including railroad property, to pay.
interest on the bonded debt of- the
town, Also, a special tax -of '3
mills for school purposes on all
property in the Ridge Spring
School District, including railroad
property. Also, a special tax of
d$ milis on all properly in Shaw
Township, and that portion of|
Trenton School District formerly
belonging to Shaw Township in
cluding all the property of the C.,
Cet ?. R. R. and the*C., C. Gt&
C. R. R. in said township and
school district, levied to pay one
annual instalment and interest on
bonds issued to aid in the construc
tion of the C., C. G. & C R: R.
Also, a special tax of 3 mills for
school purposes on all property in
Union Grove School District:
T. C. Caughmaii'
Rich arusonri lie,
'A. P. Colenirn*>
A S Werls,
Fluni Branch, '
Oct. ?6 I
Sth till 12m
2d till 12m
From the 25tb of Nov., until
the 31st of Dec. at the Treasurer's
office at Edgefield C. H., after]
timelo percent, penalty will' be
added to all delinquents.
W. L. STEVENS,
Treasurer E. C.
PADGETT PAYS THE FREIGHT
Why Pay Fxtreme Frices for Goods !
Send for Catalogue and Soe What You Can Sara !
1 COO for tins
vD I J ZLE3ANT0AS
sisting of Burean,
Redstead A Wash
si and-worth $?5.
PRICE NOW $15
UK) other Bedroom
Suits, ?ll prices.
Just to Introduce them.
No freight paid on this Or
gan. Guaranteed to bo a
good organ or money re
Elegant Plush PARLOR SUITS,.consisting
of Sofa, Arm Chair, Rocking Chitlr, Divan,
lind 3 side Chairs -worth $45. Will deliver
it to your depot for $33
This No. 7'
ed to your
A$55 BEWIOT MACHINS
with all attachments, for
delivered to your depot.
V*Tho regular pr?oT?f this
ijTJOOY ls 65 to 75 dollars,
fhe manufacturer pays all
thc ex pe 11 ses mid I sell them
to you for ?42.7S
nnd guarantee every one n
bargain. No freight paid
on this Buggy
A $QQO PIANO
?Send for catalogues of Furniture, Cooking
Stoves, Baby Carriages, Bicycles, Orgnns, Pi
anos, Ten Sets, Dinner Sets', Lamps, tte., and
SAVE MONEY. Address
UNTIL further notice, we
will buy Cotton delivered
it Langley, S. C., at Augusta
narket prices on day of de
ivery. Will not buy anything
3elow Strict Low Middling.
THOMAS BARRETT" Jr.,
Prps't Langley M'f'g Co.
Comer? Broad and; McIntosh Streets.
Large SfocR of Engines, G iii nfl lai
I HMR?Dn 5 IRON WORKS ANI
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PRESS CLAIM COMPANY,
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torneys employed to obtain their patents. Too much care cannot be
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patents, for the value of a patent depends greatly, if not entirelv, upon
the care and skill of the attorney. '
With the view of protecting inventors from worthless or carelesa
attorneys, and of seeing that inventions are well protected bv valid
patente, QUE PRESS CLAIMS COMPANY has retained-counsel
expert in patent practice, and is therefore prepared to
Obtain Patents, Conduct Interferences, Make Special Examinations,
[Prosecute Rejected Cases, Register Trademarks
and Copyrights, Render Opinions as to Scope
and Validity of Patents, Prosecute and
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scriplion of the important features, and you will at once be advised
as to Hie- list course to pursue. Models are not necessary
unless the invention is of a complicated nature. If others are infring
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Th' IYOT7 WANT INFORMATION ABOUT
ADDRESS A LETTER OR POSTAL CARD TO
THE PRESS CLAIMS COMPANY,
: JOHN WEDDERBURN, Managing Attorney,
I>. O. Box 46, WASHINGTON, I>. C
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 and sailors are entitled (if not remarried)
whether soldier's death was duo to service or not, if now dependent
upon their own labor for support. Widows not dependent upon their
own labor are entitled if the soldier's death was due to service.
Children are entitled (if under sixteen in almost all cases where
ther^ was no widow, or she has since died or remarried.
Parents are entitled if soldier left neither widow nor child.orovided
soldier died in service, o* from effects of servie^ and they are now de
pendent upon their own labor for support. It makes no difference
whether soldier served or died in late war or in regular army or navy.
Soldiers of the late war, pensioned under one law, may apply for
higher rates under other laws, without losing any rights.
Thousands of soldiers drawing from $2 to $10 per month under
the old law, are entitled to higher rates under new law, not only on
account of disabilities for which now pensioned, but also others,
whether due to service or not.
Soldiers and sailors disabled in time of duty in regular army or
navy since the war are also entitled, whether discharged for disability
?r "Survivors, and their widows, of the Black Hawk Creek, Cherokee,
mid Seminole or Florida Indian Wars of 1832 to 1842 are entitled un
der a recent act.
Mexican War soldiers and their widows also entitled, if sixty-two
years of age or disabled or dependent.
Old claims completed and settlement obtained whether pension
has been granted under later laws or not.
Rojocted claims reopened and settlement secured, if rejection
improper or illegal. "
Certificates of service and discharge obtained for, soldiers and
sailois of the late war who have lost their original papers. .
Send for laws and information. No charge for advice, No fee un
less successful. Address,
THE PRESS CLAIMS CO,,
JOHN WEDDERBURN, Managing Attorn^
P. O. Box 463. WA81