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WEDNESDAY, JAN. 15,18%.
A GOOD MAN GONE.
Cap**in William L. Stevens, Ex
Treasurer of Edgerieid County, was
found dead in his bed on la*t Friday
morning. He had retired the evening
before in his usual health, in fa.-t bf
expressed himself as feeling better
than for many days. But the sum
mons caine in the dead watches of the
night, at what precise hour or under
what special circumstances are not
known. We only know that, in the
early morning: he was found dead, dead
with the same smile on his face with
which he was wont to greet bis
"Old Cap'en Bill," as his friends de
lighted to call him, was sixty-six
years of tge at the time of his death.
He had been County-commissioi er and
Treasurer of ^dgefleld County at dif
ferent periods, with;n interval of only
.four years, since 1876; and these long
years of pub'ic service show with what
hooks of steel be bound his friends to
him and with what loyal affection they
clung to his fortunes.
Ile was one of the few men you
were always glad to meet, there was
such a warmth in the hand-shake and
such a sympathetic ring of good fel
lowship in the voice; and yet those
attributes were not the only ones that
made up the full measure of his popu
larity. He had much of the milk of hu
man kindness in his disposition and
much of that charity which covers a
multitude of sins. If your friend in
proiperity when skies were bright,
much more wa.? he your friend when
the pitiless storms of adversity beat
at your door. Ile never passed by on
the other side when he could relieve
or aid the weak the sufferiug or the
needy ; and, if to have given "acupof
cold water," shall avail anything in
the Great Day, what a host of cup
bearers, what a cloud of witnesses will
"Old Capin Bill" have to stand up for
him at the Grand Assizes and tes.
tify that "he did it also unto us!"
Many many, on this side the Cold
Stream, bid you, old friend, farewell
A word that must be and that hath
A sound that makes us linger,
Yet farewell !
It is said that a leap year is invaria
bly a good fruit year.
Miss Gertie Strom has returned
from a visit to friends in Aiken.
Ett'The Aj>YggTimrp ftfld ^pff^rr, Pnl.
tiva?orfor one year for $2.
Fresh and standard drugs, at W E.
Miss Alice Durisoe is visiting rela
tives in Columbia.
Fr .sh and dainty-heavy and fancy
groceries, at W. E. Lynch's.
Orlando Sheppard, Esq., has been
appointed notary public.
Mathushek Piano for sale. Cheap
for cash, by W. S. Covar & Son.
Buy the best garden seed at W. E.
Miss Mamie Norris bas gone to Al
bany to visit her friend Mrs. Charles
Garden seeds at W. E. Lynch's, the
old reliable Landreth's.
Mrs. McKerall and Miss Kate Shaffer,
of Marion, are visiting Mrs. W. J. Mc
Maps of Edgefleld and Saluda Coun
ties, both tn one, for sale at the ADVKR
Married, by Rev. S. D. Vaughn, nt
the residence of Mr. Sam Sample, J. D.
Will? to Miss Sallie Coleman.
Di. Gwaltney has recovered from his
short illness-a lengthy indisposition
would be a public, calamity.
Bills of sale and liens for rent and
advances, also, mortgages of real es?
tat?, for sale at this office.
The winter was half over last Sun
day, but we don't know which half
maybe the worst half is to come yet.
Miss Corelia Jones leaves in a fe*
days for Spartanburg, where ?he wil
spend some time.
Married by Rev. J. A. Carson, at th?
residence of Dr. Pam Pitts, Dec. 31st
nit., Mr. W. L. Coleman to Miss Dem
For the best Fire Insurance
on Town or country property, call or
or write D. R. DURISOE, Agt.
Maried at the Methodist parsonagt
Batesbnrg, on Sunday, Dec. 29th, Mi
John J. Crouch to Miss Bessie Crouct
of the Denny section.
Married by Rev. J. A. Wells, at th
residence of the bride's father, Mr. I
A, A. Coleman, M. G. Long to Mis
Married, by Rev. M. M. Boyd, Thurs
day,December 12, 1895. Mr. John Ber
ty and Miss Mattie Berry, both o
Rev. J. N. Booth, a former pastor t
our Baptist church here and more r<
cenlly having a pastorate at Unioi
has accepted a call to Lumbertoi
Miss M'nnie Gardner, formerly <
this county, daughter of J. H. Gard
ner, was married in Augusta last wee
to Mr. S. J. Watson of Spartanbur
county, a successful planter.
The Baptist congregation ?ti Green
wood is soon to erect a handsome bric
and granite church to cost from $12,0C
to $15,000, the greater portion of wnic
bas been subscribed.
Tomato plants have been grafted o
potato plants in England, giving
crop of tomatoes above ground and <
potatoes below. Potatoes grafted o
tomatoes have produced flowers and
- few tabers. . .
We regret to learn that litth
die Mirna, son of Mr. Gile Mim
severely burned by a powder
sion 0:1 .Saturday last.
La nd ret h'sGarden Seeds hav
on I he market more than one hi
.var.*, and are always saiisfai
You can buy them from W. E..
Married at the Methodist r
Bateiburg, by Kev. T. G. Ilerbe
J. T. Ponds to Miss Allie t
daughter of Mr. \Y. E. Shealy.
For the best Fire I usuran re
strong and reliable Ccmpanii
town or country property, eall
vrite I). K. DURIBOK,
The nineteenth annual con vi
of the Y. M. C. A., of South Ca
will be held at Batesburg, begi
February 6th, and continuing th
The Rev. Krepps has been
and will preach for the Repul
church on the firsi Saturday and
day of every month during the
1890, commencing in February.
Married, January 1st, 1896, a
residence of Mr. G. N. 0. Fulmei
luda (Jo., S. C., by Rev. E. W. B
haugh, Mr. M. D. Derrick, of Nc
ry Co., and Miss Mary R. Fulmer.
Mr. Luther E. Jackson has ope
green grocers establishment a
corner near Giles Butler's blacks
shop. He also runs a restaurant
Quite a number of removals
bpen made to our town recently i
ticipation of the cotnmencemei
work on our cotton factory.
. But you can't get work at the f
ry unless you have paid up for the
VKRTISKK and can show a clear rec
Married, on Christmas eve by
J. D. Kinard at the home of the bi
parents (Mr, and Mrs. Henry Vans
Rev. N. D. Bodie, the beloved pi
of the Evangelical Lutheran chur
Orangeburg, and Mias Lilla Van:
a charming young lady of Clinton v
Miss Alice Cheatham is to be mi
ed on the 22ud of this month to
Henry McIntosh, J:., of Albany, G
gia, one of the most promising yt
journalists of that State. One of
tall and dignified young gentle
ba? already bought mourning.
On the honor roll of the South C
lina College we find Mr. J. H. Bu
of Edgefield, marked "proficient in
glish, history, and mathematics;
tinguished injLatin." Mr. J. C. Sw
ingen, "highly distinguished in Li
French, English, history, and ma
The Batesburg Collegiate Insti
has been temporarily suspended
account of an outbreak of measles,
has so far broken the record on mea:
Those who haven't had 'em are bo
to take 'em, and the people who li
had 'em are afraid they'll get.
Mere is the way an exchange unt
standB the new game law: B
agents may be killed from August
spring poets from March to -luly ; sc
dal-mongers from January 1 to '.
cember 1, inclusive; umbrella born
era from February 1 to November
open season all the year round on .
insurance agents and fellows who b
row the neighbor's paper."
There are some people who are nc
positivein anything. It is always,
don't know," or "I guess so." There
a world of such people, and it is
freshing sometimes to hear a pen
speak as one having convictions, 1
Mr. Chas. F. Snyder, of Bangor, I
who wrote; "I can heartily reco
tneud Simmons Liver Regulator to
who are troubled with Dyspepsia
Let any victim of the liquor ha
eat tomatoes, sprinkled with salt, ot
suming as much each day as possit
let the eating of tomatoes and salt
excess be continued for several da
.and the tomato eater will find liqi
offensive, undrinkable, or if drank, u
grateful to the stomach, so much
that it will be thrown up. This is t
cheapest gold cure yet heard of and
is said to be effective.
A young lady who lives on Pt
street was told if she walked do\
stairs backward, ate four sour appl
and a quart of hickory nuts and th
swallowed a glass of water without t
king breath, she would dream of h
future husband. She tried the pr
1 scription on Thursday uight but w
not gratified with her success. As f
as producing dreams it was all rigl
I but she declares that she would n
' marry the man she saw in her vlsio
if he wore a coronet and had mo
money than a Vanderbilt.-Mail ai
Portraits in Oil.
r The Portrait in Oil of little Joe Ta
I nahill of Augusta, by Miss Eliza Min
is a thing of beauty. Don't fail to s<
it. At the Photograph Gallery.
? The Pension Board.
Mr. D. R. Durisoe, Chairman Counl
Examining Board of Pensions, r
! quests us to give notice, that there wi
' be a meeting of the Board at Edgefle
on Monday the 19th January, for tl
purpose of considering applicatioi
A Pretty Picture.
The new back ground just added I
5# Mr.R. H. Mim's Studio-aside fro
3 its usetulness in taking Photographs
is a beautiful picture-and is worl
ones while to go and see it.
- Sad Bereavement.
' Mr. Thos. Timmerman, of the R(
per section, had the misfortue sou
,f days since to lose his daughter sixtee
?. years of ag*. Her funeral servie*
j were conducted by Kev. J. P. Mealin
i" at Sweetwater church, and the remair
were laid to r^st there. Many friend
mourn with the bereaved family.
I- Advertised Letters.
k List of letters remaining in the Pos
g O?lice at Edgeileld, C. H., S. C., De<
31st 1895: John Bearden, R. D. Carpen
ter, Jane Dethen, Mil.'edge Etberedgi
Dock Faricus, Janie? T. Freelane, Ki]
'" ly Gecter, Manuel Holvard, Geritl
k Jackson. Rev. A. K. Gwepin, Kev. J. J
)0 Stiles, Sherman Simkins, Luceou
h Sales, Frank Scott, Simon Wells, Mis
Lizzie Bottom, Miss Lula Blocker, Mr.?
Mary Buellar. Mrs. Sehaner Clark
Silvie F. Gounm. Mis?? Ella Hoongn
n Miss Mamie Hipp, Mary Jane Johnson
a Miss Mattie J. ahmaery, Miss Rnrdiia
jf Miller, MIPS Fanny Mays, Mrs. R. E
Riddick, Miss Suther* Quornd, M ?.si
Adda Lou Wright, Miss Brunie & Sn
* sie Wi9e Whaley.
W. H. BRI'NSON, P, M.
Thc Edgefield Lyceum.
The Lyceum is ago. Our lownspeo
p.'e ar* e ithnsinai ic over tl;? prospects
of early literary treats. No more rep
resentativo body of men conld be got
ten together in ?tigeiieid I bao the
naines on the hst. Several rac.-? nr.mes
wi!! bo added within the ni*xt f ,^r r!ayc.
We owe the success of this marler to
that bright and c e ver genius il ugh C.
Middleton, A mer-Un/r will bo held in
theY. 31. C. A. Tla'l cn Wednesday
January ]5ih a! 8 p. m., to elect officers.
All nu'rn'oers .-ire requested to be pres
ent and participate in the organiza
'.No time is so short as that nf the
mau who has passed ?he three
score mile r-tone. The clock no
longer t'cks the seconds awav. but
the days. Th" very weeks flash by.
Hardly do the flnw^rs of April
bloom before the frosts of October
set in, and hardly do t? e fros*s
carve fantastic pictures on the
window pane before the sun of an
other spring makes the meadow
green ouce more."
Hon. Al. C. Butler.
It is said Hon. M. C. Butlei like
many other meu who have had ex
perience in Congress, has become
infatuated with Washington, and
is just now receiving the congrat
ulations of his friends in conse
quence of his appointment as a
special attorney to represent the
Cramps' ship building establish
ment in thal city. Gen. Butler for
many years was a member of the
Senate committee on naval affairs,
and he bas had a wide experience
in connection with the ship-build
ing" industry so that his selection
to represent the Cramps is regard
ed as a prac'ical business proposi
tion from every point of view. It
is understood that he in to receive
a compensation equal to that of a
United States Senator, and what, is
more desirable to him, he will be
able to retain bis residence in
No remedy is as effectual in
eradicating and curing Catarrh as
Botanic Blood Bairn, (B. B. B.) It
pur i fi *s mid enriches the blood,
eliminates microbes, bacteria, etc.,
aud builds up the system from the
first dose. Thousands of cases of
catarrh have been cured by its
magic power. For all blood aud
skin diseases, it has no equal. Buy
tho old reliable and long tested
remedy, and don't throw your
money away on substitutes, palm
ed off as "just as g >od." Buy the
old reliable Botanic Blood Balm.
Price $1.90 per large bottle. See
advertisement in this paper.
For sale by Druggists.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
EXEC1ITIVE CHA M BEIL_
WHEKEAS informaron has beeu
received at this Department, that
on the Twenty-first day of Novem
ber, A. D., 1895. the Gin House of
J. M. Swearingen of the County of
Edgefield was burned and there be
ing reason to believe that said
burning was an act of Incen
NOW, THEREFORE, I, JOHN
GARY EVANS, Governor of the State
of South Carolina, in order that
justice may be done and the ma
jesty of the law vindicated, do here
by offer a reward of Fifty Dollars
for the apprehension and convic
tion of said party or parties com
mitting said act of Incendiarism.
IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, I have
hereunto set my hand and
caused the Great Seal of
[L. 8.] oftheS'ate tobe affixed,
at Columbia, this the
Tenth day of Januarv, A.
D.: 1896, and in the" one
hundred and twentieth
year of the Independence
of the United States of
JNO. GARY EVANS,
By the Governor:
D. H. TOMPKINS,
Secretary of State.
Strayed from the subscriber in
Beech Island on Saturday night
the Uth January, one medium siz
ed, dark bay, hors-vmule. Said
mule is about 10 years old, hair
ou hind heels worn off. Mule was
last seen inHamburg. Any informa
tion left with A. F. Fulmer, 527
Broad Street, Augusta, Ga., or with
the undersigue-i, will be thank
<, H. H. WILSON,
Langley, S. C.
Jan. 13, '96.
250 Acres in Nurseries,
One Acre Under Glass.
Specially Adapted to the South
PEACHES, PEARS, PLUMS,
NUTS &c, &c.
Rare Conifers and and Broad
Leaved Evergreens ; 8,000 Azales;
50,000 Palms; green house and
Bedding plants, and everything
suited to the needs of Southern
25 ACRES IN ROSES.
No agents. Send orders direct tc
us. Catalogue frae. Address,
f. J. BERCKMANS,
Fruitland Nurseries, Augusta, Ga.
^VVith]^careful f rotation of
crops and liberal fertilizations,
! cotton lands will improve. The
application of a proper ferti
lizer containing sufficient Pot
ash often makes the difference
between a profitable crop and
failure^Use fertilizers contain
ing?not less than 3 to 4%/
Actual i Potash.
K?in?tlisjajcomplete " specific
h Our pamphlefi are not advertising circulars boom
ing special fertilizer!, but are practical works, contain
?og the results cf latest experiments in this line.
Every cotton farmer should have a copy. They are
tent free for the asking. ?
GERMAN KALI WORKS,
--^fc 93 Nassau St., NeifYork. '*
IF you should ask me
WHY I dig wells WELL, I could an
swer, because it is right aud hon
est to do so. But that wouldn't be
ALL the truth. It pay? to dig wells
WELL. It is decidedly the best
I likfi to dig wells for more rea
sons than one. To be immured in
the bowels of the earth, even
though temporarily-shut out
from the glorious light of day-is
conducive to moral growth and in
duces a mei tal equilibrium alto
gether healthy, to say nothing of j
the acquisition of lucre, which
however filthy, is absolutely essen
tial in this vale of tears.
For particulars address,
RANSOM BIRD, Colored.
Well Digger, Edgefield C. H.
Dec. 17, '95-tf.
-^AND Surveying accurately and
J. R. CANTELOU,
Edgefield, S, C.
Just received a lot, of fine Horson,
Mmes and Mules which wo pro
pose to sell ' '- *~ *nM
times, we gi .
We are prepa
of any one de
tion or priva
ing, and avoid
stuck at auct;
and emin are i*
E. L. STEVENA
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Ladies ! ! !
Buy the CORK SOLE
BOOTS, you will then be
assured of comfort-dry
for sale only at
JAS. M. COBB'S.
. Nov. 19-'95.
We do not tbiuk it i.noortant to
go into H detail d platement of
pri -o?, but will quote a few KB
Nice Oak Suits $10, $15
$18.50, $20, $25 and up to $50
per suit, lieds from $1 each
Finest Iii e ever brought to
Edgefield, which we arc offer
ing at the 'followiug prices:
Open Buggies $40, $45, $50,
$65, and the famous Rock
Hill and Carolina Buggies at
$75. Top Buggies, Surreys
and Carriages at correspond
Largest^stock ever brought to
this county at prices ranging
from $6.50, $8.50 $10.50 to $15
per set. Double Harness from
$15 to $30 per set, Saddles
from $2.50 to $12.50.
In endless profusion. Black
smith tools, bubs, spokes,
tires, rims, and everything
the wheel-wright needs iu his
Beautifgl, useful and orna
mental, at prices ranging from
$2 to $8.50.
and Caskets. Our undertak
ing depar roent is perfect in
all its details. We merely
wish to reiterate the claim
t??*?.t we NU 1 not be undeisold,
and though it is :i delicate
matter you should conoull
your own interest even when
' the eyes are bathed in tears
and the heart bowed low in
What about wagons? Well,
we've got 'em sure, and they
are the best. We have sold
dozens th ip season, and never
do w?> h"o?> nov com nj ni nt
_. .v/. riu, .?'Iii "?HKi; Lie
pof-sum brown." and is very
cheap at that price.
You are assured that we are
thoroughly prepared for the
fall trade and will make it to
the iuterest of any oue need
ing goods in our lines to see
us before making their pur
Your humble servants,
Ramsey & Eland,
Edgefield and Johnston.
For Old Folks and
CHRISTMAS GOODS at the
In endless variety and abounding
Profusion, in part as follows:
DOLLS, China, and Bisque from
5cts. to $2.00. TOYS of all de
scriptions, 5cts. up. An Omnibus
Counter with a little of everything,
Novelties in Tin Ware.
RUGS and TABLE COVERS,
Christmas Goods of every kind.
Ready-Made CLOTHING for
Boys and Men, Hats and Caps in a
great many styles very cheap.
CLOAKS and CAPES, latest
styles. Dress Goods iu all the
NEW YORK RACKET.
FIRST CLASS PHOTOGRAPHS
In the latest and most fashionable
OIL AND CRAYON PORTRAITS
made at the lowest prices for first
t%0~ Bring the children before win
ter sets In. R. II. M IMS.
$49,000 in Boots, Shoes,
Hats and Trunks to bc sold
by order of Manager of The
Great Eastern Shoe Company,
at prices that n? one will at
tempt to complete with.
Don't fail to see them before
buying your Shoes and Hats.
Youl will find them at 907
Broadway Augusta, Ga.
3 R. G. TARVER. MANAGER.
Having rented the Edge
field Hotel, the Old Saluda
House, I am now prepared to
entertain travellers, boarders,
transient or permanent, at rea
Soliciting a share of the
patronage of thc public, I am
yours to please.
Edgefield, S. C.
Nov. 5, '95.
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Iron &iWire Fences,
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Cor. Washington and Ellis Streets, AUGUSTA, GA
Land for Sale.
98$ Acres of Land, all open ex
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ris Township four miles and oue
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