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WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 29.
INDEX TO NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
J. M. Cobl), Dry Goods.
J. W. Peak, Dry Goods.
J. E. Hart, Dry Goods.
E. B. Hart, Men's Furnishings.
G. P. Cobb, Undertaker.
Field & Kelly, Buggies, etc.
Baker & Smith, Cotton Factors.
P. J. Bprckmans, Fruit Nursery.
W. H. Turner, Furniture, etc.
Padgett Furniture Co.
H. J. Porter os Co., Clothing.
"Lower Balk," Dry Goods.
Miss Helen Sheppard is pursu
ing her studies at Converse again
. The Edgefield Institute now
has more than 100 pupils on its
rolls, and still grown.
If you want to grow fine onions
plant now. Landreth's sets just
received at J. L. Mims'.
Cadet Wallace Sheppard will
continue his course at the Citadel
in Charleston this session.
Misses Erne Sheppard and Ca
milla Parker have returned lo the
Greenville Female College.
Mrs. Rebecca Jones has returned
home from an extended visit to
Spartanburg and other places.
"Vigorone" at the "Luray," as its
name indicates, invigorates as well as
delights the palate.
Mr. P. W. Gibson and Miss
Louise Gibson will return home
soon from a visit to relatives in
Capt. Matthew Jones and Mr.
"Barnwell Jones and their families
have removed to th9 Prescott house
At Penn's "Luray" Fount every day
you can get Ice Cream Chocolate, Ice
Cream Strawberry, Ice Cream Peach.
Ice Cream Pine apple.
Dr. L. R. Gwaltuey has returned
from a trip to Mississippi and
Rome, Ga., and preached in our
Baptist church last Sunday.
Large assortment of Crockery
at J. L. Mims', marked at prices
that suit the times.. t
Mr. Lewis Jones, of Jacksonville,
Fla., apd Miss Rena Jones, of
Ridge Spring, are visiting their
grandmother, Mrs. Rebecca Jones,
and their aunt, Mrs. Joe Jones, in
Chocolate Cream is a speciality at
the "Luray," refreshing, healthy,
pleasant and the most delightful of all
to most tastes.
Cards are out announcing the
coming marriage of Gadsden Ed
wards. Shand to Miss Patience
Griffin Bonham, both of Columbia,
which is to occur "Wednesday, Oc
tober 6th, at Trinity Episcopal
The equinox staid with us but
one day, but it was a day of wintry
blasts and low thermometer. All
the more, for such visitation, do
we appreciate the bright sunshine j
of the after days that are with
"Cherry Ripe" at the "Luray" a
most delightful drink.
Our talented youug friend Rev.
John Lake has been elected prin
cipal of the Johnston Institute,
vice Rev. H. S. Hartzog elected
president of Clemson College. Mr.
Lake takes charge of the Institute
We bought our "original pack
age" or Imported Crockery before
the recent rise on account of the
new tariff law. We give our cus
tomers the benefit of this. Come
and see for yourselr, at J. L. Mims'
The new variety of cotton de
scribed in a recent issue of the
ADVERTISFR, continues to attract
attention. The demand for the
seed is such that the owner has re
fused $1,000 per bushel. He has
a Klondike mine at home.
Rev. W. G. Mayes, pastor of the
Presbyterian churches in Edge
field county, will be installed as
such pastor oh the third Sunday
in October. These ceremonies will
be conducted by three Presbyte
rian divines from a distance, whose
names have escaped us.
RedMessena Orange at the "Luray
Fountain of Youth."
Rev. H. S. Hartzog, late princi
pal o? the Johnston Institute, will
leave for Clemson on Friday of
this week. The best wishes of his
hosts of Edgefield friends attend
him at his new post oi duty, that
of President of Clemson College.
We believe Prof. Hartzog has the
requisite talent, education, com
mon sense and executive ability ?o
succeed in the position to which he
has been elected. His marked
success in smaller fields leads the
friends of Clemson College to ex
pect great results from his man
agement of the institution.
Meeting Musical Club.
The semi-monthly meeting of
the musical club will take place at
the home of Rev. P. P. Blalock, on
Thursday evening of this week.
The following is the program :
Instrumental Solo.Miss Lula Lake
Vocal Solo.."Beautiful Venice"..Miss
Recitation.Miss Ruth Fuller
Vocal Solo.Miss Eliza Mims
Instrumental Solo.Miss F. Adams
n y-, \ Rev. P. P. Blalock
Cornett Duet.j Geofge p M?his
Vocal Solo.Mrs. E. J. Norris
Instrumental Solo..Miss M. Gwaltney
"Red Hill" Returns to the Fray.
"Men may come, and men may go,
But I go on forever.
Merrily singeth the little brook
Men may come, and men may go,
But we'Jl hold on forever,
Defiantly sajeth Gaines and Yel
dell, of Greenwood. And verily,
Mr. Editor, it looks that way.
Nothing seems to have the slight
est impression on these apparent
ly conscienceless despotic usurpers
and arrogant pretenders.
The county papers-the ADVER
TISER, the Chronicle and the Mon
itor,-have denounced the moral
turpitude of the "Greenwood gen
tlemen" as now non-residents of
Edgefield in holding on to Edge
field offices to which they were
unfortunately elected whilst they
were citizens of the county.
Many of the leading journals of
the State have denied Gaines and
YeldelFs right legally or morally
to hold said offices. Sundry cor
respondents, through the county
press, have mercilessly prodded
them, and lashed them, and vili
fied them (if it is possible to do
60,) and made it plain to the world
that their assumed right to hold
the office of Senator and member
of the House was altogether
wrong, mean and contemptible,
and legally and morally glaring
ly unjust to the people of Edge
And Lieut. Gov. McSweeney,
although he declined to issue the
writ of election to fill Gaines'
place, yei, he 6ays: "From my
view of the situation I think
Edgefield's Senator should be a
citizen of the county."
And tx-Gov. Sheppard, who
everybody knows is wise in the
law and eminent in this, his pro
fession, says: "Ganes has no
right to the office, and McSweeney
should have issued the writ of
And in the recent primary elec
tion, with very brief notice, near
three-fourths oe those vo?Dg cast
th?ir ballots agaiust Gaines and
And yet Mr. Editor, with all
this accumulation of facts, show
ing that they have' no rights in
the premises, and that the people
do not want their services longer,
these men, whose names have be
come a bye-word and a reproach in
the land, with stoic indifference
as to the rights of the people of
Edgefield, shut themselves up in
their Greenwood fastnesses, and
defiantly answer: You Edgefield
people can kick, and murmur and
howl as you like, but we will hold
the offices all the same.
But, Mr. Editor, the people,
thanking you, Mr. Wei's and oth
ers for the gallant fight you have
already made to put down thege
Greenwood plunderers and usurp?
ers, beg that, you will tire not in
the good work. Home Rule is be
ing trailed in the dust by these
"Greenwood gentlemen," and the
rights of the people are being
wantonly ignored and spit upon.
Therefore, Mr. Editor, on with the
fight-faller not, nor faint not.
And in the end the right will pre
vail, and the usurpers will be
made to step down and out.
In One Dav.
Poetic and Didactic?
To the Editor of the ADVERTISER:
Dear Sir-I have been a silent
admirer of the ADVERTISER for a
loDg time, and I have frequently
thought of writing your valua
ble columns, but Bomehow, I have
put off the idea from time to
When I arose from my couch
this morning, I noticed that the
sky was overcast with dismal
clouds, soon after that I heard the
gentle patter of rain-drops upon
my window-pane. After I ate my
breakfast the rain began to come
more steadily and much harder,
and as I sat listening to the broken
music of the wind as it sighed
through the pines, the thought
again occurred to me to write a
letter to the ADVERTISER.
I must admit that when I found
that there had been such a sudden
change in the temperature, and
saw the excessive gloom of the
woather, I felt terribly dull and
lonesome, but after remembering
the old proverb, "All sunshine
makes a desert," it became obvi
ous to rae that if we' never had
any bad weather, we would not
know how to appreciate the good,
Indeed there JS such a wonderful
difference in to-day and the love
ly weather we have been having,
that after reasoning with my-se.f
awhile, I have decided I will en
Of Clothing, Fi
Hats and scores
Boys Dress is a i
rama in the rapic
the interest chan
chandise is alwa
that makes inter
say, but not men
terprise. The g<
In the future Un
enue from the i
fie? ate Qi f
located? Why all the pro
smallest "smidgin" to us
we buy for cash and of th<
tinent. Besides we buy
and counters the heaviest
Come and see and be com
Just opened 200 cases of the best and
miss us if you want a bargain in Shoes.
Our DRESS GOODS DEPARTME
the most fashionable stuffs and the best;
UNDERWEAR, HOSIERY and GLOl
See it, and you will be forced to say
style and cheapness has ever been broug
will find a large and well assorted stoc
New arrival in Trunks and Valises, and
OUE WEAPS, CAPES, PEI
As regards our Wraps, Capes, Reefe
them. They must be seen and priced.
Our lines in these goods are by far
TUMBLE TO ]
We want your trade, and extend to <
us and see the greatest variety of goods
J . W *0
joy the change. How very nice to
ait beside a comfortable fire and
quietly read some good book which
I have neglected for euch a while
for want of time, or write letters,
which have several times been put
off until "some more convenient
season." As I watched the rain
drops forming themselves into
little rills, I thought tomorrow,
mayhap, all this water will have
gone to join a larger stream, to en
large and strengthen it, and the
sun will come out and the world
will be brighter and better by this
rain, and "so it is with the tear of
sadness which remain for a short
period of time over the eyelashes
of those who are young, and even
the older ones soon become BO in
terested in the passing cares of
daily life that their griefs vanish
in the great sepulchre of time."
Such is life, sunshine one day aud
shadow the next, and quite natu
ral for us to expect sunshine to
morrow. God has created us with
a hopeful disposition, when the
present seems cheerless, often
times, sad, we look forward with
expectancy to a crop of bliss, some
sweet day in the near future. We
should look on the bright side of
everything if possible, yet we
must expect some trials. There
is no .sunshine however bright but
will cast a shadow just beyond an
object, should you place that ob
ject within its shining circles.
Speaking of sunshine and shad
ow, reminds me of what I heard a
man say once, and he was a godly
man too, he said that he thanked
God for every trial that he had,
that each new affliction brought
him nearer his God. If he had no
troubles he would become proud
and self reliant, but when he felt
the chastening hand of his blessed
Redeemer it humbled him and
made him feel moro sensibly his
Some one has said he who would
live without trials, wants to be
but half a man. The Bible says,
"Whom the Lord loveth he
chasteneth" and we should con
sider "Each affliction, whether
light or grave, Gods messenger
"From a bruised and broken
heart, God's touch causes melody
to flow." I do not suppose Wm,
Cowper would h a VJ written so
many beautiful and pathetio
poems had his life been more
bright and happy. As it was the
sad sympathetic life which he led
gave him inspiration. His
urnishing Goods, Neckwear,
of other items of Men's and
nuseum in interest and a pano
Iity and certainty with which
ges. This being so, the mer
ys full of the 'sort of vitality
esting talk-gossip, you will
?ly gossip, news, real news,
bargains represent art and en
Dods came under the old tariff,
cle Sam expects liberal rev
/arious lines we now offer at
3 ON ALL OUR GOODS! How Dis
fits go the purchaser except the very
,. We are able to sell cheaply because
? largest wholesale houses on the con
largely and now have on our shelves
stock that can be shown in the county,
vinced that it is the truth we are tell
Read This I
l cheapest Shoes you ever saw. Don't
INT is now complete, and teeming with
values. Inspect our elegant stock of
/"ES. Hear the prices and you will buy.
that no such stock, as regards solidity?
ht to Edgefleld. On our counters yon
;k of men's and boys' Hat6 and Caps,
they are very cheap.
?FEES AND BLAZERS 111 .
TS and Blazers, words cannot describe
the most attractive we haver ever yet
3ne all and a cordial invitation to visit
ever gathered under one roof in Edge
P E A K ,
many hymns and lyrio poems
prove to us his habit of industry,
aud his "sweetest songs" tell us of
his saddest thoughts. Some peo
ple wonder why christians have
more crosses to bear than worldly
people, God tries his people now
just as he did Job in the olden
times. It has been tmly said,
"the hotter the fire the purer the
gold ; the whiter the garment the
harder the cleansing."
The Lord so often tries his peo
ple to see if they are pure gold,
often he sends slight afflictions to
correct the wrong ones, and there
by stops their wild career, and
prevents the necessity of sending
a heavier one.
Faithfulness to a measure of
our ability is rewarded by a larger
opportunity." Some by patient
endurance do more real good, by
the example alone, than a great
amount of preaching. We some
times complain at our hard lot,
when, if we could arrange things
just as we would have them, it
would be much harder. I saw a
good illustration of that only a few
days ago. I saw a little child reach
its tiny waxen fingers for a beau
tiful strand of red pepper. Of
course the wi6e mother did not let
the little one have the burny stuff
and it cried and cried, just as if
its entire happiness depended upon
obtaining that string of red pepper.
I thought then how many times
we ignorant people reach for things,
that once in our grasp, would give
as untold misery, but our all wise
Father withholds from us many
such misfortunes, and we in our
blindness cry out against Him and
sometimes call him unjust.
Let us enjoy the sunshine and
fpel thankful for the shadows, and
always hope for the best.
"Eternal "hope ! when yonder spheres
Pealed their first notes to sound the
march of time.
Thy joyous youth began, bnt not to
When all the sister-planets are de
Wednesday, Sept. 22.
Ia One Day.
Seoure some of farmer Walton's
Oats before they are all sold, at W. W
Pine Apple Sherbet at the "Luray.'
In One Day.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
Court of Common Pleas.
J. M. Price, administrator of the
estate of R. J. Price, deceased,
J. M. Flack and J. F. Ledbetter.
PURSUANT to the judgment of
foreclosure I will offer for sale at
public outcry, before the Court
House, town of Edgefield and State
of South Carolina, on the firBt Mon
day in October, 1897, (being the
4th day of said month) between
the legal hours of sale, the follow
ing realty, to wit :
Two tracts of land, Nos. 3 and 4,
containing one hundred and
twenty-five (125) acres, more or
less, situated, lying and being in
the State aforesaid and county of
Edgefield, and bounded on the
north by H. T, Jennings and W. R.
Parks ; on the east by tract No. 2,
lands of Mary Morgan's estate ; on
the south by Jasper M. Daniel, and
on the west by Jasper McDaniel
and J. C. Robertson.
Terms of Sale: One-half cash
and the balance on a credit cf one
year with interest from the day-of
sale. Purchaser to give bond and
a mortgage of the premises to se
cure the payment of the credit
portion, or all cash at the pur
Purchaser to pay for papers.
W. F. ROATH,
Sept. 8, '97. Master E. C.
Grinds lenses for all defects
of sight. If your eyes trouble
you, consult him and he will
If you need glasses, medicine
or rest. Fits glasses into old
frames while you wait. Al.
Prof. P. M. WHITMAN.
739 Broad St., Augusta, Ga.
CHARLESTON & WESTERN
"Augusta and Ashville Short Line."
Schedule in effect Feb. 7, 1897.
Lv Augusta. 9 40 am 140pm
Ar Greenwood.. 1217p m ll 30 p m
Ar Anderson.... 7 30pm.
Ar Laurens_ 115 pm 7 00am
Ar Greenville.. 2 55 p m 9 45 a m
Ar Glenn Sp'gs.. ..405 pm .
.Ar Spartanburg.. 3 00 p m 9 25 a. m
Ar Saluda.... o 2d p in-5 28 p' m
Ar Henderson vi lie 551 p m 1 46 p m
Ar Ashville.700pm .
Lv Ashville.... 820am .
Lv Spartanburg ll 45 a m 4 00 p m
Lv Greenville....ll 55am 4 00pm
ArLaurens.... 130pm 7 pm
Lv Anderson. 7 00am
Ar Greenwood.. 2 28 p ra 5 00 a m
Lv Augusta.... 6 05 pm 9 35 am
Lv Savannah.... 5 55am
Lv Calhloun Falls 444 p m
ArKaeigh.... 2 16am
Ar Norf oik.... 7 30am
Ar Petersburg... .6 00 a m
Ar Richmond.... 8 15 a m
Lv Augusta. 2 55 pm
Ar Allendale. 5 00 p m
M Fairfax. 5 15 p m
" Yemassee. 6 20pm
" Beaufort. 7 20 pm
" Port Royal. 7 30 pm
" Charleston. 8 08pm
Savannah. 8 00pm
Lv Savannah. 6 50 a m
. Charleston. 6 50 a m
u Port Royal. 8 15 a m
" Beaufort. 8 25am
M Yemassee. 9 25 a m
m Fairfax.. . 10 32 a m
" Allendale. 10 47 a m
Ar Augusta. 12 56 am
Close connections at Greenwood for i
all points on S. A. L., and C. and G.
Railway, and at Spartanburg with
For information relative to tickets
rates, schedules, etc., address
W. J. C?AIO, Gen. Pass. Agt. |
. Augusta, Ga.
Carolina and Ciierlaii dap Bj.
Schedule in Effect June 20,1897.
Lv. Edgefield 5 30 am 2 20 pm
Ar. Pittsburg 5 40 am 2 27 pm
" Trenton 6 00 am 2 50 pm
" Baynhams 7 02 am
11 Seiglers 7 08 am
" Milbdgev'e 7 13 am
" Lake View 7 22 am
" Crofts 7 40 am
" Aiken 8 00 am
Lv. Aiken ll 15 am
Ar. Crofts ll 30 am
" Lake View ll 42 am
" Milledgev'e ll 57 am
" Seiglers 12 04 pm
" Baynhams 12 10 pm
" Trenton 3 15 pm 12 30 pm
" Pittsburg 3 30 pm 12 50 pm
" Edgefield 3 35 pm 100 pm
. The rules of the Southern Rail
way are adopted for the movement
of trains and government of em
ployees of this company.
I. W. FOWLER,
W.' M. MEYER,
E. G. HALTIWANGER,
Frt. & Pass. Ag't,
Edgefield, S. C.
NOTICE OF DISCHARGE,
ifotioe is hereby given that on
the 8th day of October, A. D. 1897,
the undersigned will make appli
cation unto J. D. Allen, Judge of
Probate in and for the county of
Edgefield and State of South Caro
lina for a final dischnrge as guar
dian of tho estate of Ransom C.
A. E. PADGETT*
IS VERY COMPLETE.
We have recei/ed three car loads
of STUDEBAKER WAGONS.
The unvarying character of these
wagons assures satisfaction to
every purchaser as the cheapest
wagon built. .
We Have Added
A complete line of Hard
ware, Cutleiy, Tools of all
kinds, Plows, genuine
Seo vii Hoes, etc., to which
we invite the attention of
our Edgefield county
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Ho, For Hillman.
We want all our old friends and
as many new ores as we can get.
Nature has endowed our resort
as to make it desirable for old and
young, sick and well.
With the prospect of a fine
vegetable, fruit and melon season,
plenty of rich milk and butter
and other commodities of the
And the best CHEF Augusta af
A Sheffield at the head of the
culiary department, we feel
confident of pleasing the most
As to pleasure for both old and
young we havo pool tables, dancing
hall, one mile bicycle track, which
will be kept, in good condition.
In addition we have the finest
scenery -atmosphere and mineral
waters you'll find anywhere.
So come one and all and have a
jolly good time.
For further particulars address
J. G. HUNTER,
The Registered Standard Bred
will stand the fall season at my
stable, Edgefield C. H.
Ten Dollars for Season.
Fifteen Dollars Insurant.
Mares co m in i ftp ri to my care
will be carefully attet.ded to and
fed at reasum? Me ratee.
H. ly. JONES.
All person? holding claims
against lim estate of Mrs. America
E. Adam?, deceased, will present
the same duly attested to the un
dersigned for payment, and all
persons indebted to snici estate
will settle promptly.
W. W. ADAMS,
Now is the time . to sub
crjoe for the Advertiser.
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WATCH THIS SPACE E YEE Y WEEK!
-YOU KNOW JUST WHERE TO BUY THE
Cheapest, Best and Cleanest
Line of Goods, viz : Dress Goods, Domestic Goods, Calicos, Per
cales, Notions and Fancy Articles.
The Seamless Ladies Black Hose, 10c.
Ladies' Hemstitched Handkerchiefs, 5c; Cambric Handkerchiefs,
Full, stock" Gents', Boys and Childrens' Ready Made Clothing,
Hats and Caps. -
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OUR LINE OF SHOES IS ESPECIALLY GOOD. COTTON PRICES.
Good Jeans at wholesale prices by the piece.
?D?P* We want your business, and to get and keep it we must
sell you the best goods for the least money.
YOU ii Cf?ILBP?EM TO SCHOOL
( ^And Give Them an Education
.AND SEND THEM TO.
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FOB. THEIR SCHOOL HATS.
We can sell you any kind of Hat at 25c. Nicer ones at
50c up SCHOOL HOSE seamless fast Blacks, Tans
or Browns 10c pair, 5 for 25c. School Umbrellas, "war
ranted to turn rain, good article, at 50c. Better ones
75c and *L SEE THEM.
Every tiling in
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.*-REGULAR SESSION BEGINS-'
MONDAY, SEPT. 13th, 1897.
HIGH SCHOOL JDJEl^JL^'Tl^L^JSTT.
E. C. B-ENNIS, Instructor. '
Latin. Greek, Higher Mathematics, English, and usual branches. Students
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IntermecHsaxe and. Primary Departments,
Miss ELIS3 CABW?LE and Miss SUDIE DAVIS, Teachers.
Careful and. thorough instruction in usual English branches.
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write us and Illustrate . Catalogue will be mailed free. Address
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Established 1856. AUGUSTA, GA. Fruitland Nurseries,
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Rooms 75c Per Day. Lodgings 50 Cents.
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