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WEDNESDAY, FEB. 26, 1896.
Court next* Monday.
Hear Sam Jones to-night.
A cochroftch has 30,000 teeth.
Garden seed-; at W. K Lynch's, the
old reliably I.andreth's.
Th?re ar? ?Ive Saturdays in this
month. This will not occur again until
Seed rice for planting purposes,
jor sale by \V. W. Adams.
Fresh and dainty-heavy and fancy
groceries, at W. E. Lynch's.
The thermometer during the last
cold spell registered as low as ',3 de
grees above zero.
Maps of EdgefleJd and Saluda Coun
ties, both iu one, for sale at the ADVKR
Bill Nye, the famous humorist, has
heen strioken with paralysis at his
home near Ashville.
Bills of sale and liens for rent and
advances, y.lso, mortgages of real es
tate, for sale at 1 his office.
Rev. T. R. Corr, pastor of the Bates
burg Babtist church, was married on
Feb. 19th, to Miss Ella Ballard.
The truth in regard to the discov
ery of the North Pole still rests in
Mr. R. J. Fuller, one of the talented
editors of the Saluda Advocate, was in
town on Saturday last.
Mr. W. Scott has moved his saw mil]
on to the lands of the estate of the late
Dr. E. J.Mims, near Johnston.
Sam. W. Gardner, of the Ropers sec
jj? ttoti, bas only 27 banks of sweet pota
toes left for sale, about SOO bushels.
Auditor J. B. Haltiwanger has tin_
ished his round taking tax retufns and
may be found now iu his office.
Mr. David Rawls, of Batesburg, ex
pects to put a cotton picken on the
market this fall-something entirely
The Lynch drug and grocery busi
ness will be conducted bv J. D. Hol
stein, as heretofore under the name and
^style of W. E. Lynch
In several counties candidates are
already coming out. They evidently be
lieve that the early bird catches the
Miss Daisy Brown, of Anderson, S
C is visiting her sister Mrs. J. B. Hal
tiwanger. She will spend several 1
A':id Phosphate, Granby Ammonia
Goods, Kaiuit, and Cotton Seed Meal '
on hand and for sale, by
E. J. NORRIS,
Agt. Columbia Phosphate Co.
Ask at your Dispensary for Private
Stock XXX Pure Rye Whiskey, lt is
% winner ai d superior in quality to
any on the market.
EBPyffi'r1 l'he beer cous?nlBU lu Hie ^
United States averaged 13 gallons to
every man, woman, and child in the .
For the best Fire Insurance in old ,
strong and reliable Companies, on ,
town or country property, call on or
??/rite D. R. DURISOK, Agt. 1
Married, Feb. 6th, 1890, at the resi.
dence of the bride's father, by the Rev.
Mr. White, Mr. B. F. Sawyer, of Lex
ington county and Miss Eloise Hart of
Mr. W. F, Dobey has purchased a lot <
from Dr. Gwaltuey, and is building 1
thereon a five-room cottage which will 1
be quite an addition to Buncombe Ave
Walter's "Baker has a national repu- !
ration and has been on the market since
1841. Y ur local Dispensary will sup- f
ply your wants. |
We are credibly informed (that is to
say we got it froui Tom Brooks) that
work will be commenced on the Edge
field cotton factory next week-the
work of diggingout the foundation.
For tnt best ??"ir? Insurance in old
strung and reliant* companies, on
town or country property, call on or
write D. R. DCKISOK, Agt.
From 20 to 75 bushels of rice on up- 1
land, to the acre are the figures. Let '
every farmer within the sound of our }
voice, as tne orators say, plant a patch J
Don't lick enve.'opes, for frequently
there is poison in the mucilage with
which the flaps are made stickable- (
but rUher go to Fox and purchase for
a ?mall amount a "self-lieker."
lt is ancient and homely, but it is
the quintessence of wisdom: ''Pay as
you go and if you can't pay, don't go."
Let this be the motto of Edgefield couti,
ty people for the year 1896.
Five new subscribers to the AOVRR
TJSKR will entitle the person getting
up the club to a cony of G??n Long
street's book. From Manassas to Appo
mattox. Apply at the ADV?KTISKRof
Fertilizers are being hauled from our
depot in larger quantities than for
several years past. This may mean that
our farmers intend to plant more cot
ton than last year, but we cannot be
lieve but that they will plant a suffi
ciency of tor>d crops.
The free schools of Edgefield county
are in a more satisfactory condition
than for years, and now is the time to
e-Uu-cate the children, to lead 'em out
and on. Ram in the knowledge
"Ram it in jam it in,
Children?' heads are hollow."
So some people think.
Brush 'Ern In.
Mr. Reuben Johnson, 5 or 6 miles west
of our town, issowing spingoats ata
great rate. He brushes them in with an
immense tree-top pulled by four big
irules-all they can drag. Reub says
that I rushing iu oats in this way is
much more satisfactory and better in
every way than to harrow them in?
and Reub is a tip-top farmer. Thf old
time plan before the war was to brush
In wheat aud oats with a two-mule
brush; now il is four and all up-to
ggf 'urwtvs are getting to that racket.
Sara Jo?os to-night, Wednesday, in
the Opera House. Don't neglect so
great an opportunity io see and to bea
?so great a speaker.
A Prize for Big Hogs.
The State Fair Society have offered
three special prizes for the heaviest
hogs shown at the next Fair-$30, $20
and $10. The hogs niu-t not weigh leu*
than 600 pounds, and the weight ever
will determine the premium. There is |
no limit as to age and every county
should try for these premiums.
Mr. Lodowick J. Hill, President or
The Gate City National Bank of AtlftU
fa, Ga., has written to a gentleman of
this city asking for some information
in regard to ancestors of Lodowick
Hill who lived in Orantceburg County
sometime during the eighteen century'
Ile had two sons, if not more. Theop
hilns and Henry, and he afterwards re
moved to Edgelield County. The wri.
ter thinks ic likely that the informa
tion he desires may be furnished him
by some of the old inhabitants of this
section, and would be greatly obliged
for anything in regard to this inquiry
that might be sent io Ex-Judge Jas. F.
Izlar or to Mr. Lodowick J. Hill, No.
315 Temple Court, Atlanta, Ga.
Let 'Em Smash!
A customer at the dispensary in our j
town one day of last week, attempted to j
open a bottle of XX ?nude the dispen
sary building, contrary to the statute
in such case and for such case made
atid provided. The dispenser remon.
strated with him, begged him to bold
his hand. The customer persisted, a:.d
committed the "overt act" by running
his knife blade down into the stopppr
of the bottle. Whereupon and whereat
little Johnnie Davis, without further
parley, slapped the bottle stopper and
all out of his hands, and busted it and
broke it and smashed it all to smith
ereens-aMnash, be it said, in the right
direction, and that should be heard
around this little dispensary world
of ours. Smash on, John Davis, smash
Smash in the evening or smash in the morning,
Smash wtien ron':? looked for or smash without
A smile ind a welcome will "get there'' before
And the more time? you smat>h 'em the niora vr'U
Instinct or Reason?
A little negro child two years o'd,
living in the Choty section, wandered
off from its home last Thursday night,
the coldest night of the winter, and
was not found until the following day,
and yet it was alive, and sleeping
peacefully when found. Search was
made all night long with torches and
dogs. I? Hie early morning a dog ran
in to a thick cane Drake near the banks
i>f a small stream, and there che little
une was discovered snoozing away as
though, tired of play, she had fallen
asleep. She had apparently crawled in
to the canes for protec' '
cold. But such an act
instinct and not reast
be uo reasoning upon
by so small a tot. She
ly,-a gift for the occ
higher power that wb
for uo old ooldiftrs to
better place can be in
doors sleeping on a col
banks of a small stiv- tu
ticket of canes-almost as warm as
Having reuted tbe Fraser House
in West Edgefield uear the bridge
L>ver Beaverdam, convenien? to the
Court House and Jail and the bu
siness portion of Edgefield, I am
pr?par?e! to eutertain man and
beast. Transient Boarders at rea
Also good Stables for Stock. A
share of the patronage of the pub
Yours to please,
L. E. JACKSON.
The DKUG and GRUCKRY busi
ness of the late W. E. LYNCH will
je conducted by tbe undersigned
jnder the name and s*ylc of W. E.
DRUGS and Prescriptions
will be made a Specialty.
A full line of Groceries, Heavy
md Fancy, will also bek?pt.
The good will and patronage of
public is respectfully solicited.
J. D. Holstein,
EDGEFIELD. C. H., S. C
JAS. M. COBB is offering
some Excellent Values in
CLOTHING-be sure to
get his prices beforo buy
ing-new additions made
to Ir.sstoek weekly.
There is nothing to com
pare with his $5, $6, $7
and $10 suits in this mar
FIRST CLASS PHOTOGRAPHS
Tn the latest and most fashionable
OIL ANO CRAYON PORTRAIT,?
made at the lowest prices for first
f^SF Bring the children before win
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Now is the time LO sub
scribe for the Advertiser.
and exhausted fields which
were once productive can again
be made- profitably fertile
by a proper rotation of crops
and by the intelligent use of
fertilizers containing high per?=
Strikingly profitable results
have been obtained by follow
ing this plan.
Our pamphlets ?re not advertising: circulars boom
ing; special fertilize! s, but are pra.cical worics, contain
ing; latest researches on the subject of fertilization, and
are really helpful ta farmers. They are sent free for
GERMAN KALI WORKS,
S3 Nassau St., New York.
Imagine bow auxious we are to
dispose of the remainder of our
stock of furniture before another
full stock arrives. We have a larg?
supply on hand, but for a short
while we prop ise offering extra in
ducements to buyers of Furniture.
Indeed we always offer extra in
ducements to purchasers of furni
ture, but just, now we are positively
out-stripping all former effort*.
Come at once and get < ur prices
oa bed room suits, parlor 6uits,
washstands, bedsteads, rocking
Have been reduced lo meet al1
emergencies, and remember that we
will order anything which we do
not carry in stock, but we can fit
up a residence from celler to garret
:ind if i eed ne can give you advice
about getting married and how to
commence ''keeping house."
Ahead of Time !
Perfection unsurpassed! These are
?orne of ttie things that have been,
said about the "Old Hickory" wag
ins. We have sold dozens of the
'Ol 1 Hickory" thi? seasou and
scarcely a day passes that a new
vehicle is not rolled out and rolled
iway from our establishment by
some happy customer. Of the *'01d
Hickory" wagou we will always as
sert that it is the fi re t and best, iu
joinparable as to durability and in
nany other particulars.
We are loaded to the muzzle with
D-:-- - - -1 ^-:? .na nf oil ~-~.l.,0
:oois, hubs, rims, spokes, tires, and
i complete stock of wheelwrights'
Should remember that we deal in
.uch implements as they need and
hat wo do not want the earth
vhen quoting prices for the same.
Hardware a specialty, and Har
lees and Saddles in unrestricted
[uantities and varieties.
Ramsey and Bland.
Edgefield and Johnston.
Edgefield, C. H.,
Fm? patronage of regular and tran
ient boarders solicited. We have just
:?tered the hotel business and EVKKY
HING is XKW and kept in
?Firs t-C lass Style.
Our whole aim is to satisfy those wh?
Our terms are as reasonable as the
oost reasonable. Try ns and be con
gifF" Special arrangements for com
Yours to bet on
J. T. WHITE.
To Colt Raisers :
Mister Mack is my name
Edgeileld is my nation
lintier is my dwelling place
Fixing COLTS my occupation.
As for several years past, (which
years have twinkled down the corridors
of time, so to speak,) I will attend
wherever wanted, for the practice of
my profession occupation or calling,
whichever way you may spell it or
whatever you may call it.
My success with colts fora number
of years-(hose same twinkle-looted
years, lias h?on ?o good that my friends
call mean ExPert ora JIMDANDY of a
Colt-Fixer. All these things and all
other things in my line, I do willi neat
ness and dispatch, and at prices so low
that EVERYBODY and His WiFKsland
with their mouths wide open, their
eyes popped willi wonder and amaze
that the "Man can live at it." Well the
niau don't live at it for he has other
strings to his liddle although not a tid
die-uiaii. If you need me drop a line,
Yours to ,-erve,
lintier P. G., Edgetield ( to, >. 0.
Kobt. L. Hardy D. D. S.
I will be a* Modoc for the practice of
my profession on Thurday the20th Feb
ruary inst., and four days thereafter.
References: Dr. W. I). Jennings, Sr,
Maj. Bacon of the Chronicle.
ROBT, L. HARDY, D, D. S.
Ladies ! !
Ladies ! ! !
Buy the C.O il K SOLE.
H IS A LT JH BUTTON BOOTS,
you will ililli be assured of
co ?ii fo r t-tl ry fue ?-cou se
For sale only at
JAS. M. COBB'S.
At Private Sale.
HoU-?Ti AND r/>T rm Columbia
?r.n*?'t bri >VI;I*:I resident o!' Mes?rS.
Taylor H nd Simkitis, and opposite tho
K va na place. Tho house is of modern
style, with tundi?me and atriklug ex
terior, and contains niue corns. Well
on back verandah. Barn, ?table, and
other out building's. One aci 'ot. Im
proved garden, Posession g. 3n 1st
of Jmuary, or at once, ifprefei. d.
Apply to G. D. Mima, Edgefiei? , or
to J. Wm. Thurmond, Esq., Att'y. at
SUMMONS FOR RE
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA;
COUNTY OF EDGEFIELD, ' '
Court Common Pleas.
Summons for Relief.
[Complaint not Served.]
The American Freehold Land Mort
gage Company of London (Limi?edj
Plaintiff-against-Emma E. Byrd,
Mary Z. Byrd, M. B. Byrd, Lemuel;
Harling, M. B. Byrd, Sr., and Bank
To (he Defendants above named.
YOU are hereby summoned and re
quired to answer the complaint in
this action, which is flied in the ofilce
of the Clerk of the Court of Common
Pleas, for the said County, and to serve
a copy of your answer to the said com
plaint on the subscribers at their office
at Edgetield Court House S. C., within
twenty days after the service hereof,
exclusive of the day of such service;
and if you fail to answer the complaint
within the time aforesaid, the plaintiff
in this action will apply to the court
for the relief.-demanded in the com
Dated January 24th' A. D., 1890
Test : John B Hill II. g.] C. C. C. P.
NORRIS & CANTE LOU, .
To M. B. Byrd Sr., non-resident Re
YOU will take notice, that the com
plaint in the above slated eause, is
on Hie in the office ol' the Clerk of
the court of Common Pleas, in and for
the county ol' Edgetield and State
NORRIS & CANTELOU,
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the divorce of politics from private money-mak
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STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
0;UX7Y OF EDGEFIELD.
?our? Common Fleas.
Summons for Kel ?efl
[Complaint not Served.]
R. P. Holloway, us Executor of the last
Will and Testament of Ma!??da Hol
loway, deceased -Plaintiff-against
-Mrs. Elizabeth Dorn, Mrs. X. E.
Presley, and S. P. Mathews-Defen
To the Defendants above named :
YOU are hereby summoned and re
quired to answer the complaint in
tiiis action, which is tiled in the ollioe
of the Clerk of the Court ol' Common
Pleas for the County of Edget?eld in
3aid State, and to serve a copy
of your answer to the said com
plaint on t!i:' subscribers at their of
fice at Edenfield Court House S. C.,
within twenty days after the service
hereof, excludive of the day of such
service; and if you fail to answer the
complaint within the time aforesaid,
the plaintiffs in titi-? action will apply
to the Court for the relief demanded
in the complaint.
Dated January 29th. A. D., 1896.
Test John B. Hill, [u s.] C. C. C. l\
To the Defendant Mrs. Elizabet!)
OU will talce notice that the sum
mons and complaint in the above en
titled cause of action were tiled in the
office of the Clerk of Court, ol' Common
Pleas for the county ol' Edgetield in
said State on the 29th day of Janua
ry A. D. 1S90.
Plain tiffs Attorneys,
Just received a lot of lin.-; Horben,
Marea and Mu'es which wo pro
pose io sell af pr ?ct's to suit Ihn
time", we trna ran ten ail ?-tock to be
rPpfe?'Mitod or money refunded
We are prepared to meet the prices
of any one dealing in stock at auc
tion or private s.'i!e. Come and
examine our'ftock h?fore purchas
ing, and avoid th? risk of bein<i
stuck at auction whore th" odds
and ends an. disposed of.
R. M. HAYS,
E. h. STEVENS, Salesman.
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' progressive farmer and hisfam
y, the AMERICAN AGRICULTURIST
now published weekly (instead
' monthly) at only
$1 a Year.
All the Leading Features that
ave made the monthly so pepu
tr are retained and many new
'atures added ; Such as General
nd Local Market Prices, Crop Re
orts in their Season, CondeLsed
arm News, and Letters Among
ITS FARM FEATURES,
Such as Live Stock, Dairyiug
[orticu 1 ture, Poultry, Market Gar
ening, and other topice, written
y Practical and Successful Far
lers, supplemented with Illustra
ions by able aitists, combine to
lake it invaluable to those who
farm it for a living."
The Latest Markets and Com
?ercial Agiiculture ore Leading
eatures, in which the AGRICUL
URIST is not excelled.
EDGEFIELD, S. C.,
C. F. KOHLRUSS,
at? and Granite
ron & Wire Fences
Building Stowe of Every Description.
ir. Wd?ton ind ElMffifiis, AUGUSTA, GA
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PORT ROYAL & WESTERS)
'Augusta and Ashville Short Line."
s J. B. CLEVELAND, Receiver.
Schedule in effect April 28,1895.
Lv Augusta. ?40 a ni S (?Op ni
Ar Greenwood.. 1210 pm 12 :/> a :M
A r A nderson.... 7 45 p ni .
Ar Laurens_ 1 l"> p m <". 50 rt :i
Ar Greenville.. 2 .")'> p m :i .15 a .,;?
Ar Glenn Sp'gs- 405 pm .
Ar Sparlanburg.. 300pm .
Ar Saluda- 4 38 p m .
Ar Henderson ville 516 pm .
Ar Ashville.G20pm .
Lv Ashville_ S 00 a m .
Lv Spartanburg ll 45 a m .
Lv Greenville - ll 40 a m 4 05 p m
Lv Laurens.... 1 00 p m 7 85 p m
Lv Anderson.. 9 20 a ni .
Lv Greenwood.. 2 HO p m "> 00 a ni
Ar Augusta- 5 0."? p m !) 35 a m
Ac.?Savannah - 5 ."J a m 6 00a m
Lv Greenwood.. 5 28 p m
Ar Haleigh.... 126am
Ar Norfolk- 7 00 a ni
Ar Petersburg_6 00 a m
Ar Richmond.... 6 40 a m
Sunday Train leaves Greenville at
8 40 p. m only.
For information relative to tickets,
raies, schedules, etc., address
R T.. TODD, Trav. Pass. A gt.
W. J. CKAIG, Gen. Pass. A gt.
Grinds lenses for all defects
of sight. If your eyes trouble
you, consult him and he will
[f you need glasses, medicine
Dr rest. Fits glasses into old
Frames while you wait. All
Prof. P. M. WHITMAN,
S30 Broad St., Augusta, Ga.
fSSl ES F ?z U L
nd everyone ;?-:eJ3 iL at al! times of the
ear. M?hris is always about, and the
nly preventive and relief is to keep the
. y rrj ?nest help the Liver a bit,
LIVER i<;:v.w. ,.
n!y an? avery' one who it is
.ir? to bc -benefited. THF. BENEFIT iS
LL ::i THE REMEDY. Take it d*r, for
Uiouf.ness and Sick 'lea l ..!.... ; ;. .th are
tus:.' by a sluggish Liver.
? The management of the
> Equitable Life Assurance
I Society iu the Department of
^ the Carolinas, wishes to se
I cure a few Special Resident
? Agents. Those ;vho are fitted
for this work will find this
A Rare Opportunity |
It is work, however, and those
J who succeed best in it possess
character, mature judgment,
tact, perseverance, and the
respect of their community.
I Think this matter over care
\ fully. There's an unusual
t opening for somebody. If it S
I fits you, it will pay you. Fur- X
? ther information on request. $
* W. J. Roddey, Manager, %
\ Rock HUI, S. C. S
$200 Offered Free!
Ornes FIRST NATIONAL BAN".
NASHVILLE, TENN., April6,tSo5.
r-oy. J. P. DftAUGBW, rRrs.DRArcr.ox s PRAC
TICAL BUSINESS COLLEGE, NASUVIU.E,TBKN.
DEAR Sis :-The time for which you deposited
uo three months ago to-day as a foiicit under
mr proposition to Rive fioo to any charitable
istitution in Nashville and$ioo to a.iy Business
olh:ge south of thcOhio River, i fy m could not
>ov.- more written applications for Bookkeepers
jd Stenographers during the PAST FIVE
lONTIIS than any other l!usine.?s College south
r thc Ohio Uiver could show in the PAST FIVE
EARS, has this day expired, and, no demand
iviiig been made, thc same is now held subject
i your check. Respectfully,
W. F. BANC, Cashier.
JJ. a.-A certificate of deposit for the above
as published in thc daily papers of Nashville,
ie Cincinnatti Enquirer, the Atlanta Constitua
m, and thirty thousand circulars, giving the
?Heres three months' time to accept.-Nash
?lc haily Ameritan, April 7, i~9S
Write PROF. J. F. DRAUUMON, Nashville, Tenn..
I his free Catalogue.
Perfect seeds grow
'paring ero pe. Perfect seeds1
Tare not grown by chance. Notb-^
Ting ls ever left to chance In grow
ing Ferry's Seeds. Dealern E?U '
them everywhere. Write for
for 1896. Brimful of valuable j
i Information about beat and new
est leeds. Free by mail.
D. M. FERRY & CO.,
' In these days o?
Actual Achievements often seem to beat a dis- (j
count, but after all ACTUAL ACHIEVEMENTS are ; J
the only things that count. < >
It ls easy to talk In General Tenn? about tte ()
merits of PIANOS, but-be more specific- i>
T-e great Seitbern Favorit?.
Established 80 years. 30,000 now In usc.
Sold by us for 25 years. Note tlitso Valuable
Patent Ilepoatln^ Action.
Patent Sounding Hoard.
Patent Taning i'in Bushing.
Patent Improved Agraffes.
Patent Soft Stop.
One of the only two pianos made complete
(every part) In Its own Factory. One of the
best made In the U. S. Sold lower than any
other High Grade Plano. One prout only from
maier to purchaser. WRITE US.
LUDDEN & BATES, j
In the Price
? J?fi- M. Cob)) is , utting m
his January and Februa
ry Stock of ?!io< s. Look
Foi: BAD WEATSI
and procure to pave your health
by keeping your feet dry. Oura
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$3.00 Shoer-No Shody sold wit!.
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lags are ?rtven In tho order of their development, Q
lt la easy to learn what a word means. ?
The definitions aro clear, cr. 'Vit.ar.d ll,and
each ls contained In a seporato paragraph. 0
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ay Specimen pages, etc., sent on application. X
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