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TIIOS. J. ADAMS, ..... EDITOR
WEDNESDAY, AUG. 5,1896.
WILLIAM JENNINGS DHYAN.
"You shall not press down upon
tho brow of labor this crown of
thorns. You shall not crucify
mankind upon a cross of gold."
WILLIAM" JENNINGS BRYAN,
. OF NEBRASKA.
FOE VICE PRESIDENT,
ARTHUR SE WALL,
Governor "Waite Says It,
The outlook for Bryan is exceed
ingly good. Mr. Bryan stands pure
of being elected in November
whether the Populists indorse him
or not. In roy own State, Colorado,
all parties have gone over to Bry
an, At least three-fourths of the
Republicans have already declared
In'my opinion the Bryan ticket
will sweep the South and West,
and a straight Populist ticket nom
inated at this convenion will by
no means carry the full Populist
vote in any State. In many
Western States it will be substan
tially wippd our.
DAVIS H, WAITE,
I regard the nomination of Mr.
Bryan as being quite encouraging
to his supporters, and I ara of the
opiuion that the more the subject
is discussed among the delegates
. of the convention the more it be
comes apparent that he is the best
The bimetalic convention seems
to be unanimou3 for him, and with
the nomination from us there will
be a rush throughout the country.
With the votes from the three par-,
- ties he would sweep the country,
leaving for the gold stau dard can
didates the electoral votes of less
than a dozen States."
SILAS. A. HOLCOMB.
-Gofornor of Nebraska.
. When I am on the platform I
act the fool at $1. apiece for those
town folks, but when I am on the
hustings preaching the gospel of
Democracy to the people, salvation
is free. If I had the power, I
would convert every mosquito into
a butterfly and . every Republican
into a Democrat ; I would give to
everyman between the two oceans
a happy home and hang in a fiddle
and a.bow for go.od luck."-Bob
Cures Nervous Troubles and In
Mr. W. T/Nelson, president of
the Second National Bank, of
Jackson, Tenn, says: "For indi
gestion and nervous trouble, I
would rather give up any remedy
than King's Royal Germetuer. As
a nerve tranquilizer and restora
tive, it is all that san be desired.
It is not a narcotic in any sense,
but produces the happiest effects
upon the disordered nervous sys
tem. I consider it an invaluable
remedy, and have for several years
recommended it to my friends."
In ru ii ni ug a newspaper you've
not'ced no doubt how some weeks it
humps you to get the thing out.
You hustle for copy and rack your
poor brain, fresh morsels of news
for your columns to gain, but it's
all to no purpose the news isn't
th'1 JO, no matter how widely you
rustle and swear. So you trump up
some stuff just to plug up the
space, tell how bicycle riding is
death to the race, how the dads of
the city arn't on to their job, and
how Milligan's heifer got choked
on a cob. Then yon clip 'till the
blamed thing won't hold any more,
and the very next mail brings you
copy galore.-Unchanged Poet.
Weather for July.
Weather Observer C. A. Long, of
Trenton, sends us the following
data of, the weather for the month
just ended :
Max. temp, 97, date 291 h and
Min. temp. 64, date 9th.
Mean. tem. 78.6.
Number clear days G; Partly
cloudy 18; cloudy 7.
Prevailing wind direction 9
For July 1893, 6.75 inchc?.
July 1894, 9.50 inches.
July 1895, 4.88 inches.
July 1896, 8.83 inches.
7 months 1894,27.96 inches.
7 months 1895, 38.27 inches.
7 mouths 1896, 30.72 inchep.
Jennings Hepatic is the best remedy
to take at this season of the year for
correction of the torpidity of the liver,
the King of our internal organs, lt
rejuvenates and rehabilitates and
touches up and tones down all the oth
ers. For sale only at the Lynch drug
Wanted-An Idea SS?
Protect your Ideas; they may bring rou wealth. ,
Write) JOHN WEDDERBURN * CO., Patent Attor- '
Mart, Washington, D. C. for their 31,800 prize offer
IBO Hst ot two hundred lnrenUons wanted.
HOT AND COLD.
AND FRIGID CROWD.
OONDITIONS OF THE CAMPAIGN MEET
ING IN EDGEFIELD YESTERDAY
SMALL AND QUIET CROWD-NOTH
Speciul to Thc State.
Edgefield, July 29.-Talk about
George Washington's love of coun
try, the patriotism of Patrick Hen
ry and Pinckaey, the desperate
gallantry of the "Noble Six Hun
d? ed," the heroism of Leonidas and
his brother Spartans at Thermo
pylae! Speak not in the sam 3
breath of such minor matters when
remarking upon the valor of the
political campaigners and their
unselfish devotion to a duty they
hope to perform for their State, a3
exempli?ed for the last few day 3
and particularly here to-day, where
the candidates, travel-worn, lim])
and listless, battled for their coun
try's cause in a temperature that
indicated his Satanic majesty had
made large territorial acquisition!?
in the3e parts, and facing a crowd
from which either heat or political
disappointment has extracted all
It was first attempted to hold
the meeting in the court house, but
there waB a popular protest against
being incinerated, so the meeting
was adjourned to the grove outside.
There were not over 300 people
present, 15 or 20 ladies making
part of the audience. It was vast
ly different from the Edgefield
meetings of the past six years
There was no whooping or disorder
of any kind. Brother Whitman's
speech was, as yesterday at Aiken,
the liveliest, of the meeting. But
while he was howled at in Aiken,
he was cheered and laughed at
If the demonstrations for the
three senatorial candidates is any
indication of how matters stand
here,' this is not an Evans county.
The county chairman did. his
work well. Speech were limited
within reasonable bounds and the
rule was enforced. When there
aie from 14 to 16 men who desire
to speak from 30 to 90 minutes
each, it is as well to remember
that ihe people and the press hav*
souls to lose and'save.
At ll ?10 a. m" Cou ii'y Chair
man J. M. Gaines asked the Rev.
Mr. Brabham to invoke divine
"CRIS"' ROBINSON SPEAKS.
Mr. T! ChTis Robinson of Pick
ens, for superintendent of educa
tion, felt somewhat at home in
Edg?field, where many of his old
schoolmates were. He was not op
posing the administration, nor any
member of it except Mr. Mayfield.
Mr. Robinson explained .why he
advocated maintaining the.Citajafc
the South Carolina college, Clem
son and the woman's college. They
.each had their peculiar work to
perform; and this is an era of build
ing up, not tearing down. But, too,
the public schools should be given
the greatest attention. Mr, May
field's record in holding and hunt
ing office for 16 years was mention
ed. He had not explained whaf
he had accomplished and his last
annual report was a bundle of com
plaints. He U6ed to be a Reform
er, but since he ot in office had
gone back on two of its principles
he would not' rotate and grumbled
at having his salary cut.
MAYFIELD ON ROBINSON.
Mr. Mayfield was too limited in
time and could only refer to some
matters touched on by Mr, Robin
son had said his report was a bun
dle of complaints; he held in his
hand a report from Mr. Robinson
as county superintendent-"I will
not read its details ; I'll put it in
my pocket." There was und^r what
was in Mr. Robinson's report.
Mr. Mayfield implied that the
fact of the scho ).l term in Pickens
being only two months uuder Mr.
Robinson's adminis'ration, while
4 1-10 months in the rest of the
State, did not speak well for his
Mr. Mayfield then referred to the
achievment8 of Reform.
ROBINSON IN REPLY.
Mr. Robinson was given two min
utes in which to set Pickens
straight on tho matter of school
term. The term had Seen 2 months
the past year because they had
spent a large part of their money
to build school houses. Hereafter
the torm would be doublo in
WATTS ON THE WAR.
Gen. John Gary Watts remum
b^ed that when the cloud of war
hung over Darlington and there
abouts the companies for Edge
field were the first to respond. He
had enemies here and he warned
his friend*' to watch those men who
were going round maligning him.
H'3 was accused of having been a
Brat ton man, but the first vote hp
ever cast was for Tillman. He was
sure the people would not turn him
down and put in his placea new
RlCHBOURG ON HIS RECORD.
General Richbourg dwelt upon
his military record in war and in
peace, and his action in oiTeriug
his services to protect Governor
Tillman when he was threatened
with bbing lynched during the ex
citement of the Darlington trou
ble (?) He had been a Reformer
pince ?92, voting against Ii i H good
friond, Governor Sheppard. He
tncught hi3 record an I deeds of
daring should overcome any mis
take ol bis iu 1890.
FOR LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR.
Mr. McSweeuy said the accoiir
pliiihtoents of Reform were but just
begun. Ile made allusion lo the
building of Clemson and Winthrop
unclothe improved footingon which
the common schools were placed.
lu the future the condition c
public schools would 'ie stil
COOPER OF COLLETON.
Mr. Cooper was proud to
the peopl? of this grand old i
ty. He remembered how they
ea to this county in 76 for su
and encouragement and now
rolled up her great majorities
He was running for lieut*
governor and while he could
hope to equal thediguity of tl
oquent, gallant'Sheppard or i
nor the conscientious work c
worlhy Timmerman, he v
promise to give the best servi
Therw were men on this
paign who had done things
owed the people an apology
Thank God he had taken a h:
plano and would stay on it.
He had been a coruerstou
the "March convention," bu
was not ono of those lief or
who said they had done all
should have done and not
what should have been left
Mr. Cooper then urged the
portance of education.
GREENVILLE'S CHOICE FOR Go
Cacdidate Harrison, in th<
minutes allowed him, made
platform pretty clear to th3 pe
of Edgefield. Clemson col
costs too much, he said. The j:
lege tax should be paid into
treasury and the school shouh
operated 0:1 industrial lines
$25,000. He hoped the State w<
not lose money on the dispens
but she had never made a buRii
success of anything underta!
This dispensary had been in op
tion fer three years and the S
had only received the $50,000 lc
ed that institution to start w
Mr. Harrison .fully explained
views on county dispensaries,
promised, if elected, to exec
impartial^' all the statue laws.
Is WALT A WINNER.,
Brother Whitman said thatw
his friend had been speck
about the dispensary it recallec
his mind a preacher's prayer t
the power of the devil should
curtailed. A devout member I
interrupted by saying, ''Oh, Lc
tnke off all the tai.." He thou;
that iniquitous system could
best improved by taking it
where it -sprouted. (Laughter.)
THE ONLY ORIGINAL.
Whitman declared he was
only Tillraanite in South Carol:
on the stump), not excepting I:
Tillman himself. These other f
lows, thes? pap?uckers, werE-1
the cb a mel ion-they took co
from whatever they happened
THE BURDEN HE BEARS.
He did not wish to bo consider
egotistical, but tohim was duet
action of the March couvention
1890. He had sent eight men thc
from Union who made* that res1;
-poes&le. * < >
CLAIMS GP REFORM.
Then Brother Whitman tack!
the colleges. To hear the felloi
talk, he said one would thii
there had never been a place
South Carolina where worn;
could go to school before the R
formers built Winthrop. As
matter of iact there were 10 ci
leges for women with a curricula
as high and management as pu
as Winthrop, and there were nit
JOSEPH H. EARLE.
Judge Earle had always admi
ed the men of Edgeriold. He coul
not say why. There was somethin
magnetic which made a mah ac
mire another. He admired th;
people he admired their man hoot
He had .vieited this county as
candidate before-in 1890 whe
he made the contest with Tillmat
Judge Earle then related the eil
cumstances which induced him t
enter that campaign. Before it wa
concluded Tillman had said
"There is nothing wrong with thos
men (State officers) audhewishei
Earle was on his ticket for at toi
WHAT TILLMAN SAYS.
There were some people win
have stings in their memory be
cause of his conduct in that cam
paign ; he read an extract from ?
letter from Governor Tillman, say
ing his candidacy had left nc
sting in his memory ; that he hac
a perfect rght to be a candidate
When there was talk of an inde
pendent ticket with his friend'
upon it he had advised against it
He had advised the people not tc
criticise unjustly. He did not
claim to be a Reformer then, nor
now. Neither did he claim to be a
General Earle devoted the re
mainder of his time to a discussion
of coinage. In conclusion, he said
that he had and always would bow
to the will of the majority of tit !
white people. If the people thought
he was best qualified to do their
work in the senate he asked them
to give him their votes. If they
thought either of his competitors
better qualified, vote for the best
GOVERNOR EVANS MUD.
When Governor Evans was in
troduced Ibero wa3 not a cheer.
He would not waste time in ex
pressing gratification at being
with this people; ho know '.'?em
and owed them much. He would
discuss an issue, the importance of
which had boen unequalled since
the government began. The cry for
free silver bad been first raised by
ono of Edgefield'8 sons-the Hon.
George D. Tillman.
Those who had made lo fighl
then weie called Populists; now
they were called btatesraen. Ile
referred to the great work of the !
Alliance iu getting up the s'-nti- '
mont which mad<- it possible to get
silver. Those who called loudly 1
for silver now and were l ry int; to <
got on the band wagon w?re not in 11
evidence when their f-ervices wera t
needed. Some of them were even t
?ghtinu: the movement, and sait
hat the Shell manifesto yias frrt??
i' it wan false in '9o, it was faUe
He did not see how people in
owns could oppose aud fight the?
armers. Everybody -merchante?;
loctors and lawyers-were depen-f
lent on farmers for their living)
3ut they were not opposing it now:
Dh, no; they were all trying to get
>n the band wagon.
At the conclusion of bis speech,
jovernor Evans receivep a bou
puet of flowers and cheers from
he lusty lungs of not over 25
WANTED TO GET A WHACK.
Mr. Duncan regre* 'ed that Gov
ernor Evans was going to leave
he stand so soon, as he wanted to
speak of certain matters in hie
learing, bu!, he had advised him
hat hereafter it would be his bu
siness to be at meetings. He spoke
rf his being in touch and sympa
hy with the farmers and doubted
f his opponents knew the differ
ence between "gee and haw," or
lad ever plowed a field on a hot
lay. He reiterated his grounds
"or entering the race, and insisted
bat he believed it his duty to run.
Hie devoted much time to the bond
natter and charged that Senator
Tillman never knew the terms of
he contract with Rhind, and if he
lid, he would never approve it,
ind if the people or Tillman knew
;he "terms of the contract they
,v juld be sure to condemn it.
WHAT IT AMOUNTS To.
It really amounted to his going
lo Rhind and saying : 'Til get you
this job if you will divide with
me." He said he had blistered Gov.,
Evans repeatedly about carrying
irouud a body guard was not with
lim, but there was some one pres
ent and he would later on tell at
fiow many meetings the second
man was present. He said I hal
Evans had been down faced by his
EVANS' EARLY HISTORY.
He recounted the two interviews
he li!:d wirti Tillman und showed
lhat Evans voted ti? postpone the
bill accepting thu Clemson bequest
Mid the election of Tillman on the
igricull ural board.
Mr. Duncan closed his speech
by reiterating his charges about
the rebates and what Governor
Evans is alleged lo have said to
Col. Mixson about Tillman's "fill
ing his pockets out of this dispon
Bary." Governor Evans had refer
red lo Mr. Hubbe!! ns a gentle
man, and thu next thing was to ex
peet an affidavit from Hubbell
but be would say that any mau
who would offer rebates or bribes
kvould at any time give a testimqj
nial or "affidavit*f needed. He said
Tillman had made Evans, and all
Evans was he owed to Tillman
ind it was a pretty come off for
Evans to be talking in thia, way
ibout his maker and master.
ii SOTT SNAP. ! - 1 "
Yesterday Governor Evans had
said why the governor should be
chairman of boards, and as the
chairman of the new dispensary
Doard was to be th?.- purchasing
igent, that may explain'his desire
:o bi; chairman of the board, Mr.
Duncau was given applause at the
conclusion of his speech. .
Mr. Muller, candidate for solici
tor, and Mr. Thurmond spoke
jriefly. It was announced that |
sickness prevented the attendence
)f Solicitor Nelson at the meeting.
Dol. Talbert closed the meeting
vith stroi.g speech on financial
?ssues. W. E. G.
lt Stands To Reason
that 20,000,000 bottles of a
medicine could not be sold
unless it was good, honest, and
did what was claimed for it.
Here are thc facts about
DR. CLARK JOHNSON'S
In 30 years 30,000,000 bottles
?have been sold to cure Blood
Diseases, and it must be a
CURE. All the sickness in
fr this world is caused by bad
$ blood ; Weak?SF?:, Loss of ap
> petite. Dyspepsia, Headaches,
? Constipation, Liver and Kidney
? troubles, Scrofula, Pimples, etc.
E Attack the foundation of dis
? case, cleanse the blood, bring it
? back to the splendid work inten
* ded for it by nature. There
? may be other ways, but the best
? is by using the tried and true
Dr. Clark Johnson's
j INDIAN BLOOD SYRUP
1 50c. per bettie ; all druggists.
WHO rs SHE?
Every afternoon there is seen in
Ridgefield, astride a handsome bicycle,
i smiling, winsome, vivacious, bhie
?yed girl wno is the cynosure of all
?yes. .She looks thc pink of perfection
n lier pink shirt-waist, brown biooin
>rs and sailor hat. Che is one of the
nain attractions at Benn's Mammoth
['hon.?ali(I D.illar Soda Fountain where
very body gops to refresh themselves
his hot weather. She advertises
Vlmoldol, for the skin; Cold Cream
or the face and hands; Witch Hazel
Joap, for bathing; Frog in Your
L'hroat, for coughs and colds; Eye
A rish, for sore eyes; Glycerine Jetty
or sunburn; and Phenol Sodiqu?, for
nts and bruises. Penn .will let, yon
lave any of these remeilf^fog only
en cents. Think of it ! They "IJ; the
est in the world.
CtflD /D/? TES.
4 V" IS ALL IT COSTS!
We'll bury McKinley out in the woods
Tn a beautiful hole in the ground,
Where the strad-bugs straddle, the
whang doodle whines
And the gold bugs gambol (gamble)
I will be a candidate for re-election
to Congress from the Second Con
gressional District, subject to the ac
tion of the Democratic primaries and
the rules of the Democratic party.
W. J. TALBERT.
[ hereby announce myse'f a candi
date for the office of Solicitor of the
Fifth Judicial District of South Caro
lina, and stand pledged to abide the
result of the Democratic primary.
J. A. MULLER.
Lexington, S. C.
Mit. EDITOR: Please announce the
name of'Hon. J. Wm. Thurmond as a
candidate for Solicitor of the Fifth
Circuit. Mr. Thurmond's victories for
the State and his bold stand for the
great masses of the people entitle him
to promotion to said office. We pledge
him to abide the result of the Demo
The friends of the Hon. H. H
Townes announce him a candidate for
the State Senate and we hereby pledge
him to abide the result of the primary
The many friends of J. M. Gaines
nominate him for a seat in the State
Senate. He will abide the result of the
democratic primary and support ah
the? nominees of the party.
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.
We tbe undersigned citizens, of Hillier and
Talbert Townships, rcspcctfullyaitnounce L. D#
White a candidate for thc House of Represent
atives; he will abide the result of the democratic
S. T. Brunson,
W. P. Winn,
J. O. Seigler,
E. S. Revnalds, .
P. P. Doolittle,
J. E. Strom,
E. T. Cothrao,
E. C. Winn,
H. M. McCain,
W. T. Steven?.
F. P. Hollingiworth,
|. C. Mayson,
D. J. Seigler.
The friends of lion. Thos. II. Rains
ford respectfully announce him as a
candidate for reelection to the IIou.sc of
Representatives, subject to the Demo
The friends of S. T. Williams will
support him for the House of Repre
sentatives. Ile will abide the result of
the Democratic primary and support
.the nominees of the party.
The friends of Capt. N. G. Evans
respectfully announce him as a candi
date for a seat in the next House of
Representatives, subject to the Demo
The friends of Hon. W. H. Teldell
respectfully present his name for the
House of Representatives. He will
abide the result of the primaries and
^upport the nominees of the Demo
cratic party. " v
MANY FRIKNDS. *
I re jpectfully announce to the vo?
ters of Edgelleld County that I am a
candidate for the legislature and will
abide the result of the primary elec
. S. McG. SIMKINS.
I respectfully announce myself as a
candidate for re-election to the Sher
iffs office, and pledge myself to abide
the result of the primary's, and to sup
port the nominees of the Democratic
party. W. H. OUZTS.
With hopes of meeting their kindly
consideration, I herewith respectfully
announce myself to the voters of Edge
field County as a candidate for Sheriff
of said County, and hereby pledge my
self ty abide the? result of the Demo
WALTER P. BRUNSON.
I am a candidate for County Treas
urer, will abide the result of the pri
maries and support the Democratic
J. A. C. JONES.
The many friends of Capt. Thomas
C. Morgan respectfully present his
name to the voters of Edgelleld county
for the office of County Treasurer. He
will abide the result of the Democratic
primary and support all the nominees
of the party.
I am a candidate for Treasurer of
Edge?eld County. I will abide the re
sult of the Democratic primary und
support all the nominees ofthat party.
A. D. TI .M M ERM AX.
I announce myself a candidate for
Treasurer of Edgelleld County and
will abide the result of the Democrat
I am a candidate for the office of
Comity Treasurer. 1 will abide the re
sult of the primary election and sup
port the numinous of the democratic
S. B. MAYS.
CLERK OF CORUT.
Thefriendsof Capt. Jim Williams
will support him for Clerk of the
Court. He will abide the result of the
democratic primary and support all
the nominees of the democratic party.
I am a candidate for re-election to
the office of Clerk of the Court. I will
abide the result of the Democratic pri
mary and support all the nominees of
J NO. B. HILL.
I am a candidate for the office o
County Superintendent of Education
I will abide the result of the Demo
cratic primary and support the nomi
nees of that party.
M. B. BYRD.
lama candidate for the office of j
County Superintendent of Education
I will abide the result. <>r the Demo
cratic primary and support the nomi
nees of that party
POPE N. LOTT.
1 am a candidate Tor the office of
County Superintendent of Education.
I will abide the result of the Demo
cratic primary and support the nomi
nees of that party
ALBERT H. NICHOLSON
I am a candidate for re-election to the
office of Auditor of Edgeftel I c..utily.
I will ahide the result of tho Demo
cratic primary and will support ail
the nominees of that party.
I ara a candidate for County Super
visor, will abide the resulto!' the Dem
ocratic primaries and support the nom
inees of the party.
il. II. PARKS.
I am a candidate for County Sup*?r
visor, will abide the result of the pri
maries and support Hie nominees of
the Democratic party.
GEORGE E. DORN.
"H.Q. Talbert is hereby nominated
for the office of Supervisor of Edge
field County. We pledge him to abide
the action of the Democratic prima
I will make the rac? for Supervisor
of Edgelield county; will abide the
result of the primary and support 1 ?te
nominees of the Democratic party.
A. G. BROADWATER.
The friends of Thomas E. Byrd will
support him for the ollice of Coroner
of Edgelield County. He will abide
the result of the primaries and sup
port the nominees of the Democratic
I am a candidate for Coroner of
Edgelield County. I am an old Demo
cratic Hoss-a poor one perhaps, can't
pull much, but never BOLT or halie,
never, never, never. Let me hear from
you, voters of old Edgefleld, when the
gener? roll is called.
SCOUT G KAY of CO. "A."
In Deciding the Uutution of h
you look at ultimate mulu-at du-jj
r.blllty-rather than toward chief a
wodi. Th? is particularly the ?
when couperin* the purchase ol
,D00RS, SASH & BLINDS,
1 for those articles are intended tob,
I permanent and yo? win want then
3 well mad?, with joint, lightly fi?? '
M and well C.lsl.ed. Oura are ?tv *
I that way. Itt?-? elected dry stock ou
m the late? imi-rc-ved machinery ?nu
al ut warrai-ud -^.rfect.
M send for Price 1 ist- matlid/nt.
H AUGUSTA LUMBER CO..
AU 0U8TA. OA.]
mud , \\
'Buy SUrlmt Brand.
C. A. GRIFFIN, A. E. PADOKTT
Fire, Life, and Accident Insu
Office in The Farmers Bank of Edge
field, S. C.
We represent the following First-class
F IRK INSURENCE.
Northern ^ Assurance Company of
Assets American Branch,
Continental Fire, .
American Fire, Philadelphia,
Will write Urst-class risks in town
Mutual Benefit Life Insurance Cora
pany of Newark, New Jersey.
All policies participate in dividends
annually, and are incontestible and
non-Forfeitable after two years.
Before applying forinsurance write
us or see us personally.
Groceries ! !
I AM prepared to furnish the public
with ?nything: in my line.
A general assortment of Gro
ceries at living prices.
Restaurant business con
tinued. Meals at all hours.
HENRY E. CRIM.
EDGEFIELD, C. H
Adril 14, '96.
The fol?owiug law books, apply
at ADVERTISER Office.
Bishop on Criminal Procedure,
Vol. 1 and 2.
Wharton on Criminal Law, 3 vols.
Roscoe's Criminal Evidence.
Willcock on Corporations.
Williams on Executors.
Hill's S. Carolina Reports, Vol. 2.
Cbitty's Blackstone, 2 vols.
Stephen on Pleading.
Wills on Circumstantial Evidence.
Foublanque on Equity, 2 vols.
Chitty on Conlracts.
Paschal's Annotated Constitution
Mart ip '., o c. *. Law Diroctorv
Brevard's Reports, Vol. 2.
Hale's Please of the Crown.
Greenleaf on Evidence Vol. 1.
Chitty on Bills.
Rice's Digested Index.
Harrison's Chancery, Vol. 1.
S. Carolina Reports 1868 to 1870
Bay's Reports, Vol. 1.
IIislory of a Suit at Law, by James
Mitford on Pleadings.
Chitty on Pleading, Vol. 1.
Milk r's Compilation.
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 the publie. I am
yours to please.
R. r SCURRY.
Edgelield, S. C.
Nov. 5, '9p.
BIG BARGAINS and
PLENTY OF THEM.
A SOLID MONTH OF PICNICS.
Our entire Store one Huj;e Bargain Counter for the Month of July.
3onae and see the feast tve have for you, and then take your ohoice.
All those 10 and 12? cent. Dimities go this month for 8?c.
Those pre'ty Batiste and Scotch Lawns 20 yards for $1.00.
White Lawns, Swisses, Cr?pons, Challies, and in fact every
thing on the
'Out Price" List This Month,
Ladies, Misses, and childrei s fast black hose only 5 cents. Bet
er ones, full seamless and stainles, only 10 cents. Pins and Needles
I cent a paper. Best patent Hooks and Eye* 5cts. Whalebone Dress
3'.ay 8 only 5 cents.
Ladies Dongola Oxford Slippers reduced from $1.50 to $1.00. La
lies button Shoes, a Beauty, only $1.00. Mens' Dress Shoes, all styles,
3AN'T BE BE VT at $1.25. Better and finer ones to suit everybody.
It will pay you to give us a call and it will be a pleasure for us
o show you our Slock, come to see us before you buy HS we can't save
rou any money AFTER you Have b-.ught elsewhere. No one will ap
rec?ate your trade more or will treat you better than we will.
T H E
A. J. BROOM,
LEADER OF LOW PRICES.
W. J. RUTHERFORD & CO
BEICK, LB1E, CEMENT, BEADY ROOFING, &C.
Corner Washington and Reynolds Street
April 28-6m. *
WM,. SeHWEieERT & 80.
702 Broad Street, Augusta, Cia.,
23c?"3 Send for our Catalogue.
rhirty-three And One-third Per Cent Off.
Sterling Silver Shirt V?aiat Set?, On?v 40o.
Elgin Watches, Oniv'$4.35.
Piano Lamps. Were $19, Now $12.67.
WatchpR, Were $15, Now $10.
Watches, Wore $18, Now $12.
Rings, Watch Chaius, Silver-Ware of All Kinds.
One Dinner Set, 100 Pieces, .Were $18.50, Now $12.35.
See ny new Sewing Machine Fan, Only 50c.
Come and see me b?fore the time is out, I meau to make room for
y Fall Stock of Goode.
For Sale -. :
uti ni ?iBSt? Cote Gins nd Presses.
Leres stoc? of Ensues, Oiieap BQ?I COOS.
I HMQADn 5 IRON WORKS AND
L.UIVlDAnU X SUPPLY COMPANY.
Machinery and Supplies. Repairs, etc., Quickly Made.
?CaT" Get our Prict?s before you buy.
Chas. B. Allen,
831 BROAD STREET, - AUGUSTA, GA.,
Sheppards Excelsior Cook. Southern Queen Range. Heating and
booking Stoves, all Styles and prices. Grates, Mantles and Tile, Tin
ware of all kiuds. Tin Roofing and Galvanized Iron Works.
ALWAYS 1? THE LEAD
/. C. LEVY & CO.,
AUGUSTA, - GE0RGI/\.
Havejnow in store thclr^entire
PALL AND WINTER STOCK OF CLOTHING
'he largest stock ever sbown in Augusta. We aim to carry goods whic.i are
lot only intrinsically jrood, but which also, in pattern, style, and finish,
;ratify a cultivate'* ?scriminating taste, and at the same time, we aim to
lake our prices -he closest buyers will be our ^steadiest^customere
?olite attention to all. A call will be appreciated.
I. C. LEVY & CO.
fA ILOR-FIT CLOTHIERS, AUGUSTA, GA
YOUR ATTENTION /
_ TTP YOU .NEED^^:
ml Stives, Stove Pans, Stove Pipe, Tinware, Well Backets
ZETA. IST CY GROCERIES,
_,oaded Shells, Canned Goods, Confectionaries.
Evaporators Repaired or made to Order.
-ARGEST COOK STOVE FOR^THE MONEY.
Coffee Pots, Milk B?cket?.and Covered Buckets made from the best of
Tin in the market. Kepairs for Cook Stoves I sell, kept in stock. Call
on or address