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THOS. J. ADAMS,.EDITOR
I WEDNESDAY, OCT. 17,1894.
The Democratic party is the
"Peoples Party," and always has
South Carolina has more looms
and spindles and uses more bales
of cotton for manufacturing pur
poses than any State in the South.
A boom has struck the South
Carolina College. The students
this year number one hundred,
and a number are entering from
time to time in addition.
The Republican party in South
Carolina has decided they will hold
no convention, but they will put
out a candidate in every congres
sional district, so we hear.
Mr. W. C. Mauldin, of Green
ville county, has sold one thousand
pounds of tobacco this season for
10 cents a pound. This lot of to
bacco was raised on an acre and a
half of land.
Gov. Hogg, of Texas, describes
the doctrines of the Populists as
"a conglomerated ma3s of moon
shine thrown into the sights of un
suspecting voters by a cunning
class of chimerical clackers."
The women of tho Southern
Methodists Church have built and
equipped a school in Kansas City,
Mission, at a cost of $100,000, for
the sole purpose of training young
women for missionary work at
home and abroad.
At a meeting of the executive
committee of the Winthrop Nor
mal and Industrial College at Rock
Hill last week, it was announced
that the college will be ready to
open next September. The com
mittee will decide what appropria
tion will be needed to finish the
work on the college and dormi
We learn that the walls of the
building at Clemson are ready for
the roof, and the prospect is good
for the building to be ready for oc
cupancy about Jan. 1st. We also
learn that there is a probability of
the reduction of the price of board,
as the trustees have been investi
gating it and found that the cost
does not amount to seven dollars
The sugar combine has dissolved
and cheaper sugar may be expect
ed. Last May the big grocers
formed this combine to insure uni
form profits on sugar. But the
country is overstocked with "sweet
ening," and as the new crop is
coming in the Chicago members of
the combine have given notice that
they will suspend the rules of the
Gen. Maury, in a recent number
of the Youth's Companion, has the
following incident of Gen. M. C.
Butler's wounding at Brandy Sta
Gen. M. C. Butler, of South Caro
lina, was seriously wounded and
maimed for life at the battle of
Brandy Station. He and a young
captain named Farley had just
come out of action in the early
morning, and were laughing to
gether over some amusing incident
they had noticed. At that moment
a cannon ball came bounding at
them. It struck Butler's leg above
the ankle, tore through his horse,
and cut off Farley's leg above the
Down they all went. Butler be
gan to stanch the blood with his
hankerchief, and advised Farley
how to do the same. Capt. Chest
nut, Lieutenant Rhett and other,
officers came running to Butler's;
help ; but at that moment he ob
served that Farley's dying horse
was struggling, and seemed likely
to crush its rider.
"Go at once to Farley!" cried
Butler. "He needs you more than
I do." j
They did as they were bidden,
and Farley was placed in a litter.
He asked them to bring his leg and
put ir, too, in the litter. Then he
"Now, gentlemen, you have done
all for me that is possible. I shall
be dead in an hour. God bless you
for your kindness. I bid you all an
affectionate farewell. Go at once
That evening Butler's leg was
dressed in the hospital just as poor
Farley breathed his last. The two
men had never seen each other till
"Henceforth," says Gen. Maury,
"we shall not need to go to Sir
Phillip Sidney forgan example of
[For the ADVERTISER.
News Items from Choty.
The equi' gale has come and gone,
losiug none of its characteristics.
I say gone, because the last I saw
of it 'twas going toward Skipper's
Georgia like "two-forty on the
plank road." ,
Many of your readers will doubt- j
less be glad to hear the above im
portant piece of news.
Congressman W. J. Talbert was
over among the homefolk at Red,
Oak Grove Church on first Satur
day and Sunday of this month.
Our debating society at What
ley's school house has been dis
placed by a weekly prayer meeting
Rev. Mr. Shell, colportur for
Edgefield, preached several good
sermons at the school house lately.
Rev. G. W. Bussey preached for
j us last Sunday night, and is now
?among us visiting his flock, who
love him as he deserves.
Major Talbert, colored, was
thrown from a mule, his left foot
caught in the reins, the mule ran
away, dragged him some distance,
breaking his leg and dislocating
his knee joint.
I saw Mr. Mat Bigham at An
tioch union and asked him about
I melting those Alliance shoes. He
replied. "Jim Miner is mistaken,
them shoes was some he made for
me twenty-three years ago, while
he was running a shoe shop about
the size of a dog house on Irwin
branch. Them shoes always look
ed too horrible for a proud mau
like me to wear, so I set them
aside, thinking age might improve
them. But, like Miner himself, j
they got no better, till times got
so hard and my pride being reduced
I deigned to wear them to Edge
field, and when Jim saw that all
the antis were left out he wept at
my feet till the soles drapped out."
RIP VAN WINKLE, M. D.
The Townes Case.
j A ugusta Evening News.
The case of Townes vs. the City
of Augusta will be put in motion
Wednesday morning at the office
of Mr. W. T. Davidscu, the City
The case is a very important one,
and when it goes to trial it will at
tract much interest throughout Au
I gusta, as the amount involved in
the case is a very large one.
Wedue8day a number of wit
nesses will be examined relative to
the river overflowing certain lands
near the locks. This testimony
will bear upon the question of
whether or not tbe;placing of the
present city locks caused the water
to back up on this land. There are
number of witnesses in the case,
and it. will take several days for all
of the testimony to be taken down.
This suit was brought by Messrs.
Croft & Tillman, of Aiken and
Edgefield, in the interest of the
heirs of the Townes estate of Edge
field county. The plaintiff in the
ca?e claims that the deed making !
the land on the Carolinaside upon
which the locks are built over to
the city is defective and will not j
hold good. The city?claims that j
the deed is valid and that the titles j
to the land will stand the test.
MARRIED, Oct. 10th, by Rev. G.
W. Bussey, at the residoDce of Mr.
Robert H. Williams, Mr. J. R.
WILLIAMS and Miss ELLA BURTON.
MARRIED, by the same, and at
I the same time and place, Mr. G. A.
DUNKLEY and Miss CARRIE E.
WILLIAMS. All of Edgefield county.
Notice of Federal
AN Election will be held on
Tuesday, the 6th day of No
vember, 1894, at the legally estab
lished polling precincts in Edge
field county, fora Representative i
of the 2nd Congressional District
of South Carolina, in the 54th |
Congress of the United State.
The polls will be opened at 71
o'clock a. m., and kept open with
out intermission or adjournment
until 4 o'clock p. m.
At the close of the election the
managers shall immediately pro
ceed to publicly count the ballots.
Within three days thereafter the
chairman of the board of managers,
or one of them, to be designated in
writing by the board shall deliver
to the commissioners of election
the poll list, the boxes containing
the ballots, and a written state
ment of the reBult of the election
at his precinct.
The managers shall administer
to each person offering to vote, an
oath that he is qualified to vote at
said election, according to the con
stitution of the State, and that he
has not aheady voted in said elec
The following named persons
have been appointed to manage
said election by the board of com
missioners of election for Edgefield
county, to wit :
Edgefield C. H.-O L Dobson, R
S Anderson, L P Covar, J H Can
Meeting Street-W W Norris, J
F Payne, Cyrus Buzzard, Joseph
Trapp's Store-C A Arrington,
Clerk, J E Partlow, J D Williams,
J R Etheredge.
Pleasant Lane-Felix Walker,
Clerk, J P Hagood, N D Timmer
man, Butler Williams.
Johnston-W L Coleman, Clerk,
Arthur Smith, D R Strother, B W
Haltiwanger'8 Store-J M Proc
tor, Clerk, J C Carter, G C Wheeler,
S M Cooper.
Holstein's X Roads-W W Hol
stein, Clerk, J R Watson, Wm
Smith, M M Holstein.
Meriwether Hall-SL Medlock,
Clerk, G W Medlock, H B Mayson,
S W Gardner, Jr.
Perry's X Roads-W F Huiet,
Clerk, F H Kempson, Zed Crouch,
J K Willis.
Coleman'BX Roads-M M Payne, j
Clerk., R MBlease, John Samples,
J R Webb..
Cheatham's Store-A L Brun-J
son, Clerk, H L Hill, Tom Griffis,
Landrum's Sf ore-Walter Har-1'
ris, Clerk, D V Harris, S F Garner,
E J Mondy.
Liberty Hill-W M Rodgers,
Clerk, J J Bracknell, J D Reynolds,
O D White.
Red Hill-J H Bussey, Clerk,
R T Lanier, D T Mathis, R L
Mt. Willing-W W Padgett,
Clerk, H Q Rodgers, Eli Snell
grove, G H Dominick.
Clerk, G D Witt, J H Banks, W J
Trenton-J E Colgan, Clerk, S
M Smith, E W Satcher, S R War
Rehoboth-Sam'l Morgan, Clerk,
J F Strom, Jas gilchrist, Robert
Modoc-J W Johnson, Clerk, J
M Holson, P R Wait, Charles
Kinard's Store-M G Bowles, J
N Parrott, S B Holley, Dr J S
Plum Branch-S E Freeland,
Clerk, W P Seigler, J H Tompkins,
One of the above named man
agers at each box will call upon
tlie board of commissioners at
Edgefield, between November 1 and
November 5,1894, to receive ballot
boxes, poll list, and instructions,
and to be qualified.
A. J. NORRIS,
E. R. STEADMAN,
J. W. MILLER,
Commissioners Federal Election.
Attention, Edgefield Hus
YOU will meet at the Pavilion on
Saturday morning, Nov. 3rd, at ll
o'clock for a mounted drill and busi
S. B. MAYS, Capt.
J. P. SULLIVAN, O. S.
ONE No. 1 Saw Mill made by the
DeLoach Manufacturing Company.
Also one yoke of Oxen, 6 years old, in
A. L. BRUNSON.
Cl eora P. 0.
IF YOU WANT TO Kif
Anything about lost or abandoned
land or lands that have been sold for
taxes, write to me. If you are entitled
to any lands by inheritance, or other
wise, in Texas or any other State or
Territory in the United States, write
to me. If you need any assistance to
recover lands that are i Ilegal Iv held by
others, write to me. I have agents and
correspondents in all parts of Texas,
and for anything you want to know
and cannot find out anywhere else, try
me. My facilities for gathering in
formation are unsurpassed.
L. FULTON, Denton, Texas.
Messrs. Sheppard Bros. are my
agents at Edgefield.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
Court Common Pleas.
THE COMMERCIAL BANK OF
AUGUSTUS GLOVER, Defend'nt.
PURSUANT to the judgment of fore
closure in this cause, I will ofter
for sale at public outcry before the
court-house, town of Edgefield, and
State of South Carolina, on the first
Monday in November, 1S94, (being the
fifth day of said month) between the
legal hours of sale, ;he following de
scribed mortgaged premises, to wit:
All that tract of land situate, lying,
and being in Edgefield county and
State aforesaid, containing fifty (50)
acres, n:ore or less, and bounded north,
by lands of George Ellis; east, by
lands of James Howard ; and west and
south, by lands of Augustus Glover.
TERMS OF SALE : Cash.
Purchaser to pay for papers.
vV. F. ROATH,
Master E. C.
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, 5 mills ; ordinary county,
2 mills; bridges, 1 mill; court ex
penses, % mill; school tax, 2 mills;
past indebtedness, }4 mill. Total mills,
10%. A poll tax of $1.00 on all male
citizens between the ages of 21 and 50.
There is a special tax of 2 mills on
all property in the corporate limits of
the town of Edgefield, including rail
road 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
district including railroad property.
Trenton, Monday, Oct. 15
Johnston, Tuesday, .. 16
Wards, Wednesday, 17th till 12m
Ridge Spring, " " lifter 1 pm
Holson'sX Roads, Thursday, Ott. iS
Watson's Store, Friday ' 19
RichardBonville, Saturday, xi
Forrest's Store, Monday, " 22
Caughman's, Tuesday. " 23
Kinurd's Wednesday, M 24
Mt. Willing, Thursday, " 25
Peurifoy's, Friday, afc
Dennys, Saturday, M 27
Coleman's Cross Roads, Monday, " 29
A. P. Coleman's, Tuesday, " 30
Owdoms, Wednesday, " 31
Haltiwangers, Thursday, Nov. 1
A S Werts, Friday, " 2
Stevens Bros, Saturday,3rd, until 12 m
Williams Mill. Monday, Nov. 5
Kirkseys. Tuesday. M ?
Callisons, Wednesday, " 7
Minors,. Thursday, Sth, until 12 in
Longmires, Sth after 1 pm til 12 ni 9th
Plum Branch, Saturday, Nov. 10
Parksville, Monday, 12th, until 12 m
Modoc, " after 1 p m
Clarks Hill, Tuesday, 13th, till ii III
Meriwether Hall, Wednesday, Nov. 14
Colliers, Thursday, " ic
Red Hill, Friday, M 16
Quarles, Saturday, 17th until 12 m
PTeanaut Lane, Monday, Nov. 19
Meeting Street, Tuesday, " 20
From the 21st of November until
the 31st of December, I will be at the
Treasurer's office at Edgefield, after
which time 15 per cent, penalty will
be added to all delinquents.
W. L. STEVENS,
Treas. E. C.
The Langley Manufactur
ing Company will pay Au
gusta market price for Cotton
delivered at their factory at I
Langley, S. C., until further
TI IOS. BARRETT,
It is a shame the way the word
'Bargain'' is abused by most mer
chants. Ramsey & Bland will
ihow you the true meaning of the
word, if you will call at their
store this week.
J. W. Marsh & Co., .lohntton
,h&ye the best $1.10 shoe on enrth
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Murphey & Co.,
anil Retail GROCERS of
618.Broad Street, AUGUSTA, GA.
This is headquarters for the EDGEFIELD TRADE, and is THE
BEST GROCERY HOUSE IN TOWN. Alwavs get
MURPHEY'S PRICES before you buy. They
sell cheap for Cash.
"OT. S. MOBLEY
Is still with us aud is always glad to see any of his Edgefield friends.
C L, O T Ii I ]N Gr ,
Gents' Furnishing Goods.
We desire to say to the public that our stock in every department is now
quite complete and ready for inspection. We are offering'goods at very much
reduced prices. You have but to inspect our stock and get prices, to be con-1
vinced that same value goods are sold for less than they were last season.
We are offering many bargains in ?his department. Can sell a suit that
will fit a 13-year-old boy for 7Sr*< We call your attention especially to our line
of $10.00 .Suits-these suits are same value as we sold last season for $12.50 and
$13.00. Wp have a large stock of cheaper suits which we are offering for Jess
money than same value goods were formerly sold.
This stock is complete is every line. Our shoes are bought directly from
manufactories, and are sold as close as fresh first-class goods can possibly be
sold, and are not to be compared with old and shoddy goods that are often
found on the market. We are agents for the well known Hay State Shoes.
Our line of Hats is complete, consisting of some of the latest novelties at
remarkably low prices.
Our stock of latest styles in Neckwear, Collars, Hosiery, etc., is now in
and we are selling it at very low prices.
We make a specialty of Clothing, Shoes, Ha^s, and Gents' Furnishing
Goods, and of course carry a much larger stock than those who keep a general
st ?ck, therefore can give a better variety to select from.
ID. T3. ULA R T & CO.,
Edgefield, S. C , Oct. 10,1894.
QUENBY ? CO.,
G-R^ISTITEVILLE, - S. C.
-CARRY THE LARGEST STOCK OF
BETWEEN AUGUSTA AND COLUMBIA.
Ciy 0008, ita, Clothing, Hals, Ste, Miare,
Were purchased hy us personally in the markets of New York,
Philadelphia, and Baltimore after the tariff reduction went into effect,
I consequently prices are lower than ever before. We carry a large stock ol
Groceries and Plantation Supplies
lat bottom pricss. You can GET MORE MONEY FOR Y&UR
?COTTON andmore goods for your money at Grauiteville than any?
! when; else. So come to see us.
QUINBY & CO.,
GRANITE VILLE, S. C.
tl IO^V R Y EX OSBORN,
MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN
HARNESS, SADDLES, WHIPS, Etc.
Repairing a Specialty.
sis (61Ti) Washington ?t.?, AUGUSTA, OA.
H-AJSl ID-3s?LA_X)E Gr O O JDS.
Everything in our line at LOWEST PRICES. Before buying
elsewhere call and fief for yourselves.
Pratt iii AUP? Cotton Bias aiifl Presses,
lianne Siloes op Eipes, Cljeap and coot
8 ASl/IDADn J IRON WORKS AND
LUIVIDAKU i SUPPLY COMPANY.
Machinery and Supplies. Repairs, etc., Quickly Made.
?0F? Get our Prices before you buy.
and Telegraphy, Angosta, Ga.
Ko theory. No text booka. Actual business from
day of entering. College gooda, money and baalneu
popera naed. R. R. fare paid to Anguata.
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STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
Court Common Pleas.
R. J. PRICE, et al.,
W. D. JENNINGS, et al.
PURSUANT to the deere in thiscause,
I will ofter for sale at public outcry,
before the court-house, town of Edge
field, State of South Carolina, on the ;
first Monday in November, 1894, (being |
t de ti t'rli day of said month) between the
legal hours of sale, the following de
scribed rea'ty, to wit :
AH that tract of land, lying, situate,
and being in Abbeville county and
State of South Carolina, containing
one hundred and eighty-four and one
half (184>?) acres, more or less, bound
ed by lands of William Thornton, W
B. Doon, and others, known as the
All that tract of land, lying, situate,
and being in Abbeville and Edgefield
counties, South Carolina, containing
one hundred and sixty-two and one
half (162J?) acres, more or less, and
bounded by lands of VV. Smith, VV, B.
Doon, Francis Owensly, and known as
the ''Broeknell tract."
TKRMS OF SALK: One-half cash, bal
ance ou a credit of one year, with in
terest from the day of sale. Purchaser j
to give bond and mortgage of the prem
ises to secure tue credit portion.
Purchaser to pay for papers.
W. P. ROATH,
Master E. C.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLII
COUNTY OF EDGEFIELD.
By J.D. Allen, Esq., Probate Judge.
,1 r HERE AS, Joe J. Cartledge hath
VV made suit to me, to grant him
Letters of Administration of the estate
and effects of Or. J. J. Cartledge, de-1
TnE-K ARE THEREFORE, to cite and
I admonish all and singular the kindred
I and creditors of the said Dr. J. J. Cart- j
ledge, deceased, that they be and
I appear before-me, in the Court of Pro-,
bate, to be held at Edgefield C. H., on
the 2 Gr h of October inst., after pub-|
lication hereof, at ll o'clock in the
forenoon, to show cause, if any they
have, why the said Administration
I should not be granted.
(riven under my hand, this the 9th
day of October, Anno
J T ) Domini 1894. Published on
J J the 10th day of October in
the Edgefield ADVERTISER.
J. D. ALLEN,
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLIN
Court Common Pleas.
Z. DANIEL, FRANK J. MILLER,
composing the firm of Z. Daniel
G. W. CAMPBELL.
PURSUANT to the judgment of fore
closure in this cause, I will offer
for sale at public outcry before the
court-house, in the town of Edgefield,
' county and State aforesaid, on the first
Monday in November, 1894, (being the
fifth day of said month 1 between the
legal hours of sale, the following de
scribed mortgaged premises, to wit:
All that lot of land lyingand being
in the town of Paraville, South Caro
lina, containing about one-half (%) an
acre of land, more or less, in Edgefield
county and State of South Carolina,
the same being ninety-eight feet wide,
and running back of equal width one
hundred and ninety-nine leet, bounded
on tile north by lands of VV. R. Parks,
also on the FOuth by VV. R. Parks; east,
by lands of <x. VV. Bussey; and west, by
lands of Railroad Street. Same has on
it a one-story house, used as a store
TERMS OF SALK : Cash.
Purchaser to pay for papers.
VV. F. ROATH,
Master E. C.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,|
COUNTY OF EDGEFIELD.
BY virtue of the power vested in me
by and under a mortgage of real
estate given to me by Carrie E. Toole,
bearing date August 18th, A. D., 1890,
duly recorded in the Clerk's office at
ridgefield in Book 40, page 570, I will
offer for sale at public outcry, for cash,
in front of the court-house* at Edge
field in said county and State,on sales
day in November next, to the highest
bidder, the following described real
estate situate in said county of Edge
All that tract and parcel of land sit
uate, lying, and being in Edgefield
county, South Carolina, near Plum
Branch, containing two hundred and
fifty (250) acres, more or less, bounded
north by lands of A.N.Talbert; south
by lands of VV. L. Talbert: east, by
lands of James B. Seigler; and west,
by lands of Carrie E. Toole, being a
portion of the tract conveyed to said
Carrie E. Toole, then Talbert, from
Elizabeth A. Talbert by deed dated
February 28,1887, of record in Book
Vol. 12, page 051, July 21st, 1S90.
This sale is made to satisfy the mort
gage debt which is five hundred dol
lars, with interest, evidenced by sepa
rate notes, at the rate of 8 per cent, per |
:tnnum, payaule semi-annually from
February 18th, A. D. 1892, and all costs
of collection, including 10 per cent, of
the principal and interestas attorney's
fees, the same being due, owing, and
unpaid, and the condition of said mort
gage having been broken.
AMELIA F. A RN ET,
WM, T. GARY, Attorney at Law.
New Fall and Winter Goods.
Our entire Stock of Fall and Winter Goods, recently purchased
in New York, bas been received and we are now ready to offer to
our friends aud customers the largest stock and at the lowest
prices that we have ever sold goods. There has never been u time
that a bale of cotton would buy as many goods as now. ' Provided
you go to the right place to buy the goods. If experienced and
buying goods in the best markets m America count for anything,
then we can save you money, and if you will call and examine our
stock we will convince you that our low prices are something re
markable. We are selling quantities of goods from 20 to 30 per .
cent cheaper than heretofore.
We have made unusual efforts to place before our customers, a
larger stock of very desirable goods and lower prices than ever
known and it will be impossible to give a reasouable idea of the
many bargains that we are really offering. Among them we have
the largest stock of Prints. The prettiest styles, the best quality,
and largest variety ever shown in Edgefield at 5c.
lu lovely patterns and good quality at 5c. Just as good and pret
ty as the 10c goods used to be.
In lovely patterns and extremely cheap.
Sattines iu desirable colors. Pernales in lovely patterns.
Nice quality of Bleaching one yd. wide at 6?c by the piece. The
largest stock of these goods that we have ever bought.
Pillow Casing and 10-4 Sheeting in brown and bleached at re
markably low prices'. Lonsdale Cambric.
We are offering one of the largest lines of Towels ever shown in
Edgefield at prices lower than ever before.
DOILIES-Splendid stock of these goods very cheap.
Large assortment in Turkey Red and in Bleached aud unbleached
Damask?at remarkably low prices.
TABLE OIL CLOTHS.
In lovely patterns and the very best grades. Also black Oil Cloth
in first-class quality.
In recent years we have been very successful with Dress^Goods
and each season we have been making this department more at
tractive, and we are showing the most attractive Stock of Dress
Goods ever brought to Edgefield. All the. desirable shades in
Cashmeres, Henriettas and Serges and other lovely goods. A
splendid assortment of goods especially suitable for Cloaks, Capes
and wraps. We can sell a lovely dress pattern and all the trim
mings for it for a very small amount of money. Don't buy Drese 1
Goods mitti you see ours, for we have a great many ntw things
and at prices that are extremely low. .
JACKETS AND CAPES.
Great bargains in Jackets and Capes. Examine our stock of these *
goods and we will convince you of the immense bargains in this
department. These goods are from 35 to 40 per cent cheaper than
Skirts, Chemise and Gowns at remarkably low prices.
For Children, Ladies and Men. The largest and cheapest stock
of these goods that we have ever shown. Real nice ribbed Under
Vests for ladies for 25c that is positively cheap at 50c. See them
and judge for yourself. Our 50c grades for both Ladies and Men
as good as the 75c quality was last se?son. We k;uQw that there
was never before such quality shown in Edgefield at the pric<*.
For Children, Ladies, and Men. Our Children's School Stockings,
ribbed, fast-black, at 10/ aud 15/, canuot be surpassed any where.
Ladies' Hose, fast-black, at 5/ and 10/. Our 15/grade'is a
regular 25c quality. Our 25c quality is?as good as 50c stockings'. '
The best Men's Socks ever shown for the price.
Pretty Handkerchiefs, at 25c. The most lovely Handkerchiefs at
5c ever shown anywhere. Don't fail to see our stock of Handker
chiefs before vou buy.
First-class quality of Ladies' Kid Gloves in all sizes and all the
HAMBURG EDGINGS AND INSERTIONS. . .
In this department of our stock we have made quite a reputation'
for selling beautiful Edgings and Insertions and these at lover
prices thanAugusta. We have bought a stock of goods at greater
bargains fehan ever before, and we are goiUglxTgiVe our customers
the benefit of our effort in this line.
Large assortment of Gloves for ladies and men at extremely low
LACES-Great variety of desirable laces at remarkably low prices.
VEILINGS-Full stock of Veilings very reasonable.
Nice stock of first-class quality of Crape, at very reasonable prices.
SCRIM-Beautiful Scrim at 5c y'd, and other grades very chaap. Some
beautiful Draperies at exceedingly low prices.
The best, largest, and cheapest stock of Blankets that we have ,
ever bought. From 65c pair and up to very handsome ones. The
prices are much lower than ever before.
Large assortment of Bed-Spreads from very cheap'grades.to .the
very best quality.
Full stock, and prices lower than heretofore by 25 per cent.
Large stock of all the leading Corsets. Thompson's Glove Fitting,
Mdme Warron, Dr. Warner, R. & G., and all the cheapergrades.
SUSPENDERS.-Full stock and great bargains in these goods. ^
China Silks and Surrah Silks in all the desirable shades. Moire
Silks, Grou. Silks, Fancy Silks for dress trimmings. Some things
that are beautiful. . v
The largest stock and most complete assortment of Ribbons in all
the desirable shades that we have ever shown. ' All si)k\ Ribbons
in beautiful shades in nines at 10c yard, lt will be td the inter
est of all wishing Ribbons to examine our stock before buying.
WINDSOR TIES. ?ijl .
A large stock of beautiful Windsor Ties at very reasonable price?.
VELVET RIBBONS-In all widths very cheap.
WHITE FLANNELS. . ' >
For 15c we sell as good grade as we sold last season for 25c.'1 Our
25c grade is equal to 35c quality heretofore. All of the other
grades are equally low. Large stock of Red Flannels very cheap, v*
Examine our Flan, el stock and be convinced that we can ; save
you lots of money on these goods. Our entire FJannei stock is
i from 20 to 35 per cent cheaper than last season.
COTTON FLANNELS. _
A tremendously large stock of these goods* - From 5c yd. and up-w
to the best grades. We can sell the best 10c grades ever sold.
The prettiest patterns we have ever had and nearly 20 per cent
cheaper than heretofore. Beautiful Shirt patterns.
TICKINGS. . " >
The largest stock of Bed-Tickings that we have ever bought and about
25 per cent cheaper. Special prices to parties wishing it by the quantity.
PANTS JEANS. ' 1 : j *
A very large stock and at prices far lower than ev??r before. Don't fail to
examine our stock of these goods, if y ?il wish to save money.
CASSIMERES. / . '; ' . < . ?
Full stock of Cassimeres for Boys' and Men's suits at very low prices, ;
UMBRELLAS-A large assortment of cheap, medium and first-class Umbrel
las, bought at bottom prices and sold accordingly.
GENTS'UNLAUXDRIED SHIRTS-Perfect lits and first-class material at
remarkably low prices. Full stock of Collars and Cuffs. Large stock of
Gents' beautiful Scarfs.
ZEPHYRS-A large variety of lovely shades in ilrst-class Zephyr at " prices
lower than ever before.
STATIONERY-Remember that we always have on hand a large assortment
of first-class Stationery, 5 qrt\ of real nice paper for 20cts. and all the oth
er grades equally cheap. Beautiful linen paper and evelopes to match.
1 Doz. good pencils for lOcts. -v?~S
Beautiful Cretonnes at very low prices.
Outing Shirts at 20c.
100 Hair Pins for 5c. Machine Oil that is first-class and large bottles F?r5c.
Large stock of Toilet Soaps very reasonable. Combs and Hair" Brushes.
Splendid stock very cheap. We think that we can sell you the best tooth
Brush that can be found in Edgefield.
SHOES. - '?
Every season we try to make our Shoe stock more attractive. We try to
get the best material for the smallest amount of money. In Children's,
Boy's, Women's, and Misses cheap and medium grades of Shoes, we know
that we can give as good quality for as little money as can be found any
where. We have added to our ?Shoe Department this season for Children,.
Misses, and Ladies, the DREW, SELBY & CO. Shoes. There are no shoes
sold in the United States that are superior to this shoe. Every pair guar
anteed. They are the handsomest gotten up and most comfortable wear
ing shoes ever sold. If you try a pair of these shoes you will never wear
any others. For comfort, durability, and style these shoesarefar superior
to any shoes that we have ever sold. We are anxious for every lady in
Edgefield county to try a pair of these shoes for her own good as well as
We nave more goods and have bought them cheaper than ever before. We
can give you such a larire variety from which to select.
Our stock is by far the largest we have ever shown and prices are remarka
bly low throughout^ therefore, if you wish to save money and get first
class goods bought from first-class houses, call to see us.
ALVIKT HART db CO. j
Edgefield, S. C., Sept. 18,1894, I